The Samsung Galaxy Beam might allegedly be on shelves in the Far East at some point in July, which means that the dawn of the integrated smartphone projector is almost upon us.
There is little doubt that Samsung is planning to make the Galaxy Beam available on an international scale and so it could end up in the UK within a month or two of its first overseas launch.
When the Galaxy Beam made its debut at the Mobile World Congress event four months ago, Samsung said that its UK launch would be at "some point in Q3, probably before autumn," which would tie in with these latest rumours.
The onboard pico projector of the Galaxy Beam may only offer a modest six lumens of brightness, but the fact that it can project still and moving images will be enough to win over many technology lovers.
Android 2.1 will be running the Galaxy Beam and will sport a 3.7 -nch Super AMOLED display that is currently Samsung's top of the line offering, according to Engadget.
As well as projecting images, the Galaxy Beam will be able to capture them using its eight megapixel camera that also has the ability to record video clips in high definition.
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