New Samsung has launched MWC 2012 off in style basically introduction the New samsung Universe Stream, a new Operating system cellular phone that comes wearing a projector.
Expanding the possibilities of the cellular industry and the ever growing array of cellular phone features, the New samsung Universe Stream features an ultra-bright 15 lumens projector empowering customers to effortlessly discuss media articles with a number of friends.
"Galaxy Stream provides cellular independence, empowering a unique shared experience around electronic articles for everyone-anywhere and instantly-from a cellular phone as sleek and mobile as any available that you can buy," said JK Leg, Chief executive of IT & Mobile Marketing and sales communications Category at New samsung Gadgets.
Samsung Universe Stream Specs
Allowing customers to discuss pictures, movie and electronic articles in more extensive, team conditions, the Beam’s projector party piece has not added too much additional bulk to the mobile system with a 12.5mm wide form factor seeing the latest Universe named cellular phone line-up at a just 145.3g in weight.
On the standard cellular phone front side the Stream sports Google’s Operating system 2.3 Gingerbread OS with a 1GHz dual-core brand getting together with a 4-inch 800 x 480p WVGA TFT touchscreen display display screen and 8GB of internal storage extended up to 32GB via microSD card.
Bolstering the Beam’s projector amusement features, the new 4-inch cellular phone performs host to a 5-megapixel rear-mounted camera with incorporated flash and movie recording features as well as a second, 1.3-megapixel camera on the top side of it.
Although New samsung has yet to offer formal costs or release date information for the New samsung Universe Stream, it has been revealed the company has verified it will be reaching down on British shoreline in the coming months.
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