The AMOLED Beam has a 3.3-inch WVGA touch screen, 5-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, HSDPA, terrestrial DMB connectivity, support for DivX, video calls and, most importantly, a built-in WVGA projector capable of beaming content up to a maximum screen size of 50 inches.I have to admit, that's not a very effective international marketing ploy. Maybe they're waiting to see how well this phone — which could easily be marketed as a couples' video-watching device — does in the Korean market before they go through the trouble and expense of offering it in the US or other markets.
The phone, however, is available only in Korea, according to Samsung. There's neither a GSM version of the device, nor plans to launch it outside of the country.
I've looked into getting computer-compatible projectors and this phone would be a far cheaper alternative for my purposes, assuming it maintains a decent picture at fifty inches.
Kushibo: Do videos of you come with the phone?
Her: Oh, you! Tee hee hee hee.
(It was either that or a crude joke involving the word "beam.")