If there is one innovation that gave others a run for their money it is the Samsung Galaxy Beam. Picture the usual high performance smartphone, added a projector. Gives mobility a new meaning, right? Forget the big screen displays, forget tablets, fast processors or sleek IOS. Galaxy beam will now enable you to project that movie you recently purchased on any wall, or a YouTube video off your phone. Doesnt matter what you want to share, picture you doing a presentation off your phone about an app you recently developed. No need to connect to a projector or do a simulation off a laptop. Just place it on a table or project it off your hand to the wall or ceiling and you are good to go.
The Galaxy Beam hosts a 5mp camera autofocus and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a 1GHz dual-core processor, 8GB internal memory and a 2000mAH battery. Data speeds are also pretty, with 14.4 HSPA you get a good experience off the 4 inch WVGA TFT and 6GB RAM. Yes you heard that right, 6GB RAM!
I dont know if this is Samsung’s flagship device but it would do well if it were, although the Android 4.0 Galaxy S III shoulg be flagship for 2012. Other device specs are Bluetooth 3.0, 3.5mm jack, microSD (upto 32GB), Samsung KIES 2.0 and weighs 145.3 grams. Cap it with a 12.5 mm thickness, 1.3 front camera and video recording at 720pixels @30frames per second.Availability of the device in the market not announced yet.