The leading handset vendor Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced the launch of the newly unveiled AMOLED Beam (SPH-W9600) mobile phone on the Korean market. According to the company, the new device, which is the successor of its Samsung Haptic Beam (SPH-W7900), lands on the market as the first full-touch beam projector phone.
Called the AMOLED Beam, this is the followup to the Haptic Beam, and it’s initially being introduced to Korea. Aside from having a large 3.3″ WVGA touch panel, there’s also a 5MP camera, T-DMB TV support, and an improved DLP projector.
Other features include a five megapixel camera, a DMB TV tuner, HSDPA, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and a front facing camera as well as the five megapixel one for video calls.
There is also a microSD card slot that can take up to 16GB cards, and it comes with 11GB of built in storage. There are no details on when the Samsung AMOLED Beam SPH-W9600 will go on sale and how much it will retail for.