Samsung Show W7900, one of the world’s first projector phones that was actually build and not just sketched as a concept, has recently been caught on video by PopSci.
Also, some of the handset’s features were unveiled, so we can make a pretty solid idea about what it’s capable of.
One of the main attractions of Samsung Show is, of course, the built-in DLP projector. Manufactured by Texas Instruments, the projector is capable of rendering 480 x 320 pixels images with up to 50 inches in diagonal.
The rest of the specs include:
- A 3.2 inch OLED touchscreen display with 240 x 400-pixels
Tri-band GSM connectivity and HSDPA 7.2 Mbps connectivity
5 MP camera
VGA front-facing camera for video calls
4.4 x 2.2 x 0.7 inches
Samsung Show W7900 will be released in Korea sometime later this year. For the moment, there’s no word about its availability in other markets.
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