Do you remember when Samsung announced its first Galaxy Beam back in 2012? The handset come with pico projector fitted inside, a concept that was indeed amazing, but had absolutely no chance due to its limited specs. In 2014, Samsung seems to be finally ready to refresh the idea and offer us a new Galaxy Beam SM-G3858 which sports metal build and comes with a projector as well. And more details have been just revealed after Samsung’s Galaxy Beam device was certified by Tenaa.
More Interesting Details
From what we have just discovered, Samsung’s Galaxy Beam comes with a modest 4.66-inch display having a resolution of no more than 480 x 800 pixels, while under the hood it houses a 1.2GHz quad-core processor model coupled with 1GB of RAM. Its 5MP rear-facing camera is not alone, but accompanied by a secondary VGA quality front-facing shooter. So we cannot hide the fact that its specs are making us think of a mid-range handset, but at least we are talking about a metal Samsung Galaxy Beam and this is a major advantage.
Moreover, we like the fact that it has the exact dimensions of 34.5 x 70 x 11.7mm with a total weight of 165.5g, so Galaxy Beam is going to be easy to hold and use as well.
Built-in Pico Projectors
Do you want to know more details about its built-in pico projectors? So did we, but sadly all that we can tell you is that the projector button is visible at the top of the device, above the Power key. And the previous Beam used nHD projectors (640 x 360), so we are expected something even better this time. After all, two years have passes since then, so let’s just hope that the new Galaxy Beam can surprise us all!