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DNMUM237995 | 2/29/2012 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :262 | Business & Economy

Samsung unveils the Galaxy Beam at the Mobile World Congress in barcelona

In beautiful Barcelona, a warning shot has been fired at television makers. After giving hell to camera makers, mobile phone manufacturers are set to unleash another game-changer. Samsung, the marauding mobile phone giant, unveiled the Galaxy Beam phone at the Mobile World Congress, which has a projector that can show whatever is on the phone screen — videos or photos — on any flat surface at the press of a button. The projection is equivalent to 50 inches diagonal screen size, or as much as a mega LCD television screen. The clarity isn’t LED class yet, but it’s a very, very decent picture. Samsung claims the ‘ultra-bright’ 15-lumens projector is good even outdoors. Experts expect future iterations of the technology to beam clearer imag
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