Discover the freedom to share content - almost anywhere. The Samsung Galaxy Beam features a powerful built-in beam projector, offering great definition and a picture as large as a TV. You can capture amusing photos and videos with Galaxy Beam’s camera, and then use the projector to show them to friends instantly. You can also beam images or video to decorate your surroundings, or magnify and project physical notes, pictures and more. And, with high battery capacity, great video streaming and lots of storage space, you’ll be able to share everything you want.
"This is a pretty good device, but for the price it should have been fitted with a higher specification projector (certainly as this is the only viable reason that this device carries such a high premium).
The projector component should at least match the likes of the optoma PK201 or better still using a pico laser projector (such as Microvision's ShowMX/ShowWX/ShowWX+ range) as the pico laser projector is always in focus, regardless of angle of device or surface/surface imperfections. No MHL support is unfortunate in this cost bracket, as is the lack of Gorilla Glass for the screen or the cover of the projector. The inclusion of DLNA is a bonus though and almost makes up for the lack of HDMI support. device only seems to be able to play 720P movies as a maximum this is on the screen or the projector. inclusion of two batteries and a battery charger to charge the spare is helpful, charger double as a standfor projector but does not charge handset simultaneously/at all. These are all minor quibbles though and generally it is quite a nice handset to use. It will shortly be getting an update from Android 2.3.6 (latest for handset) to Android 4.1.x (latest stable release)
I look forward to this update.
Now if Samsung release a slightly chunky Galaxy S3/Note2 specs/looks device with a 15 or more Lumen laser projector built in... STOP!! I'm drooling!"