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Samsung's first projector phone sees daylight at CES 2009

Samsung's first projector phone sees daylight at CES 2009 - read the full textDo you remember those tiny DLP-based pico projectors presented at last year's CES? Well, this year Samsung have integrated one into a real working mobile phone. Imagine having a projector this size always with you. For their first projector phone Samsung chose to go with Texas Instruments and...

 

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how about games??
Isnt that one of the fanatics antics that everyone is looking for in a
phone nowadays??
I mean can we play games through the projector too??
If it really can do that,
Samsung Beam will be mine soon..

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  • 2011-02-25 14:18
  • u{IH

Listen your phone is too nice I just some information about this , is. The image is. Perfect like I see it on the board. The picture isn't crab. Thanks you could contact me to give information 347-634-0705, or send it to my email rogerpedro55@gmail.com. oh last question could you give how to order on line? Thank you very much? And happy new year all

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  • 2010-12-25 01:04
  • YgVt

Nice phone I would like to get it. But I don't know the phone' price the "SAMSON 18520 MaLO PROJECTOR. How I could get one if you want to contact to give me imformation about please dial my number ok happy merry christmas day all. Or if you doesn't mater my email ; rogerpedro55@gmail.com

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  • 2010-12-25 00:42
  • YgVt

how long can you project media from the phone.will it take a lot out of the battery.how long will the projector last....

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  • 2010-08-30 23:11
  • 8yRh

I would like to buy this Projector Phone but the phone is not available in South Africa and if it can be orderd can you give the full cost in Rands so that one can make choice .I wonder why you are not forming partnership with South African Cellulor companies .My country has past the test of time by holding Excellent Wourld Cup i dont understand why we can not be exposed to this kind of Technology as if we are behind ,.Yes are developing country which is developing very fast and Tecnology is at best

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  • 2010-08-29 17:31
  • f4T8

I would not buy this phone, the picture quality is crap. Dont plan on trading in my bulky old school projector for that. love where their headed with the idea though.

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  • 2010-03-05 09:39
  • q3np

how much is it

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  • 2010-02-18 03:22
  • sHay

> In reply to DUCYMN13 @ 2009-11-11 15:26 from 9xH7 - click to readThe MANUFACTURER is Samsung. The Phone Company, ie. Carrier will be determined at a later date.

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  • 2010-01-03 03:49
  • kNGJ

Do yourself a favor and wait until phones come out with the MicroVision projectors...not even a comparison for quality (always in focus, HD quality) and size of picture (unlimited).

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  • 2009-12-30 19:25
  • Q$5R

Could it use the projector for mobile tv? Such as FLOW TV on verizon?

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  • 2009-12-23 09:17
  • GgSH

the carrier that makes the phone is samsung but whichever phone company buys this phone to sell varries for this phone hasent even come out to the public yet but keep your eyes peeled it sould be in verison or t mobile retailers thanx and happy hunting

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  • 2009-11-11 15:26
  • 9xH7

What carrier is gonna have this phone?

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  • 2009-11-09 18:23
  • jL@j

wow! samsung rocks! I cant wait to get this phone.. so i am going to buy iphone. ;)

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  • 2009-04-24 15:11
  • RDXJ

The iPhone has just been over thrown by this phone...Love it

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  • 2009-04-13 21:09
  • 4AI7

when is this going to come out?
It'll be good to show many people one picture or video at the same time

go samsung

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  • 2009-01-31 07:11
  • UXm%

its great innovation a phone for projection i love that creativity in sansung.

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  • 2009-01-21 13:27
  • fuVd

> In reply to RAJ @ 2009-01-14 12:55 from 2Tb7 - click to readA lot of time, a meeting might just involve a few people like three? four? between CEO and some top people. It is still a very useful spare device when your projector suddenly go down.

Actually i think battery might be a real problem for this phone. But we never know until the official spec is announced. There is a reason for this phone to be tick rite? Maybe it can fit a special type of batter? maybe is "dual battery"?

Btw, since most highend phone in the current market have short battery life problem, why mobile manufacturer never think of making a "Hotswapable Battery" phone? Meaning having some backup short time power in the phone, when the battery run out, the user can take off the battery without turn off the phone and not even need to open the cover. Just push a button to eject the battery and plug in the new battery. Isn't that more convenient?

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  • 2009-01-17 17:07
  • u{Ea

And guess whos gonna buy it 1st? STEVE JOBS...! so that he wont be using his latest 30mm thin mac air laptop alongside a toshiba, sony or whatever projector to showcase his latest invention off his APPLE LAB...an iPHONE 4G? LOL!

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  • 2009-01-15 11:13
  • M@Ti

Your actually wrong ANYCALL means CELL phone in Korea or at least it is a slang, which means that anycall brand is actually GSM and i used to have a anycall touchscreen dual SIM phone so get your facts right buddy

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  • 2009-01-15 02:32
  • jrY$

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-01-13 09:17 from pqya - click to readDid u know that sony E. have cameraphone with 5mpix res. and optical zoom 3X. its not the samsung only1 whos got innovations in japan etc... sorry on bad english

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  • 2009-01-14 17:46
  • p@$w

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