Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 Leaked

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Samsung Galaxy Beam was recently leaked in images, sporting the same mid-specs like its predecessor Galaxy Beam. Perhaps it is the Samsung`s choice of launching sequels after sequels, despite the fact that the device itself wasn’t a great device coming with great specs. And perhaps it is also the manufacturer`s strategy of launching a device serving a particular mid-spec market. And yes, you guessed it: it might be also the case of the Beam 2, the follow-up device that was recently certified by TENAA, as Samsung SM-G3858.

However, the device is leaked with some pictures and a list of specifications that resembles its older Galaxy Beam. Other than that, there are no details about the projector being displayed at the back of the handset.

Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 Leaked

Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 Leaked

Just like the Galaxy Beam, the second-generation Beam will sport the same 4.66-inch display with mid 800 x 480 resolution. Under the body, the Galaxy Beam 2 sports a regular 1.2 GHz quad-core processor hooked to a mere 1GB of RAM.

The Galaxy Beam 2 runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, with the possibility of an update to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. At the rear, the device sports a base 5-megapixel camera and a microSD slot card displayed on the right of the device. The Beam 2 measures 134.5 x 70 x 11.7 mm weighs only 165g.

There are little to know about the projector at the back, but reports say that it will have a better resolution than the Galaxy Beam which had a 640 x 360 resolution.

What do you think about the Beam 2? Would you buy it? Cheers and don’t forget to write!

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