The world’s first smartphone to have an integrated pico-projector got a launch day for Singapore.
It will be available to play with in StarHub stores starting from July 10th and sales will start on July 17th.
It can be yours from free to SG$ 398, depending on the monthly price plan you choose.
Without a doubt, this phone’s main feature is the built in Texas Instruments-supplied pico projector. It allows you to create projections of multimedia content from your device varying from 5 to 50 inches in size.
But this is by no means a one-trick-pony. Even if you’re not interested in beaming with the Beam (see what I did there?), this is one solid Android smartphone. And let’s not forget that it comes with one of the biggest batteries ever to be put in a phone, so I don’t think we’ll be hearing that its battery life is comparable to that of the HTC EVO 4G any time soon.
Anyway, full list of what to expect is here:
Novelty? Yes. Oddity? Maybe. But still, I can’t wait to get my hands on one.
Which reminds me… Samsung… global availability please?
Via Samsung Hub
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