Samsung's Galaxy Beam smartphone is now available in the UK via Carphone Warehouse on deals starting at £31 per month.
The Galaxy Beam was unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February and is one of a select few smartphones to come featuring an integrated projector.
"It's the kind of device you won't find anywhere else - a high definition projector within a standard sized smartphone - and is great for people who want to watch movies, show photos to friends or need to give a presentation," said Samsung vice president Simon Stanford.
The Galaxy Beam's projector is likely to be one of its only selling points, with the device packing some otherwise unimpressive specifications.
The Galaxy Beam runs on Google's now ancient Android 2.3 Gingerbread and at the time of publishing Samsung could not confirm when, or if, the Beam will be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean versions.
The device measures in at 64.2x124x12.5mm and packs a 4in 480x800 WVGA display. The Galaxy Beam is powered by 1GHz dual-core processor - which is slightly disappointing considering you can get a quad-core Galaxy S3 on a cheaper contract.
The Galaxy Beam also features a 5MP rear facing and 1.3MP front-facing cameras. Internally it boasts 8GB of storage that is upgradable via its microSD card slot.
The unit's battery is slightly more impressive, with the Galaxy Beam featuring a sizeable 2000mAh which should let it easily last a full day off one charge with normal use - though there are currently no statistics for battery life when using the projector.
For a more thorough look at the Samsung Galaxy Beam check back with V3 later in the month for a full review.
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