The Galaxy Beam 2 Shows Up on Samsung China
The Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 finds its way onto a Samsung China webpage! The Galaxy Beam was first introduced to this wonderful world way back in 2012. The device while it was not the highest end smart phone came with a rather unique feature that unfortunately did not take off quite as well as Samsung would have hoped. The Galaxy Beam builds in a small pico projector into the hardware. While an amazing idea in theory the device did not take off. Fast forward nearly two years later and it looks as if Samsung is taking another stab at the Beam build with the Galaxy Beam 2.
In the early weeks of March the Samsung Galaxy Beam showed up in the headlines. The Galaxy Beam 2 was spotted making its way to China while gaining approval from the countries version of the FCC known as Tenna. A few short weeks later and it looks as if the Galaxy Beam 2 has appeared in the wild again. This time the Beam 2 currently has its own page on the Samsung’s China based website. While reading through the spec sheet for the Beam 2 it is easy to become underwhelmed. The Beam 2 for all intents and purposes is a mid-range device when looking at the spec sheet. The handset comes with a 4.6 inch touch screen display that offers up WVGA quality resolution at 480×800. Internally the handset comes with a highly capable 1.2 GHz quad core processor alongside expandable micro SD memory up to 64 GB. The camera around back of the Beam 2 sports a 5 mega pixel sensor. The Beam 2 gets its power from a 2600 mAh battery and is filled with connectivity such as, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and GLONASS. The built in DLP pico projector supports WVGA quality resolutions and will indeed eat your battery for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
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