We hope Samsung’s got a big enough booth at next week’s MWC to cover all the phones that will be shown off there. The I7410 and W7900 will be Samsung’s first to offer a DLP pico projector.
The new phones are, in fact, one model that will be sold under different names in different markets. The pico projector will enable the user to view various image sizes, up to as much as 50 inches depending on ambient light conditions.
Happily, the pico projector’s not the only redeeming quality of the I7410/W7900.
The Samsung I7410 will also be sporting:
- OLED high-resolution color touchscreen
- 5 MP camera
- View Powerpoint Presentations
- Email Attachments
- Flick navigation to view presentations
These are the major features so far revealed. Needless to say, we’re glad that Samsung decided to throw in other much-desired features in the phone in addition to the projector.
We can expect the W7900 to be on sale sometime this month in Korea, while the I7410 will be in Europe sometime soon.
The picture doesn’t make the phone look very thin, but i4u.com reports it will have a sleek and lightweight design — so we’re hopeful that it won’t be terribly bulky.
Here at Unwired View we can’t wait for MWC to show up next week!
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