Samsung hasn’t forgotten its projector-toting Galaxy Beam line and has announced the Galaxy Beam 2.
We haven’t heard anything about the Galaxy Beam series in over two years, leading many to believe – if they even wondered – that the line was dead. Apparently it was not and Samsung quietly released the phone today on its Chinese site with scant details.
The Galaxy Beam 2 gets its name from featuring a miniature projector on top that will allow you to beam content from your phone on to screens and walls. Don’t expect anything too stellar when it comes to the image however as the company states it only supports WVGA resolution.
As for the phone aspects, the Galaxy Beam 2 won’t be setting the world on fire with its specs. The handset is launching with Android 4.2, a WVGA TFT display, an unnamed 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a 5MP camera, 2600mAh battery and not a whole lot more.
Currently the phone is only listed with China Mobile radios, and with these specs we can’t see it showing up too many other places.