Sharing photos, videos and websites amongst a large group of friends is usually something we tend to relegate to the likes of Facebook and other photo enabled social websites. But if you’ve got a crowd in your presence who is dieing to see your Vegas photos – you know, the ones you’re never supposed to share – nothing will beat having a phone like Samsung’s GALAXY Beam.
Jammed inside this Android 2.3 based phone is a 15 lumen projector that is capable of projecting an image up to 50-inches in size. For those looking to just makes calls and surf the web, it boasts HSPA and EDGE connectivity, a 4-inch 480×800 touchscreen and 1Ghz dual-core processor. The GALAXY Beam measures no more than 12.5mm fat, which ain’t too shabby considering it can slap an image onto any wall at a moment’s notice. Partially responsible for its girth is the 2000mAh battery, which despite being the larger of most smartphones on the market today will probably need a daily recharge in light of the projector. Other standard features include 8GB of on board storage (expandable by microSD card slot), 768mb of RAM, a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video capture, Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi N.
Sammy hasn’t said where the GALAXY Beam will land, but expect at least Europe.