Samsung shows its projector phone, the I7410

Samsung shows its projector phone, the I7410
Samsung’s projector phone, the I7410 (the Korean version of the device will go by the name of Samsung Show), has been showcased at the MWC event. It incorporates Texas Instrument’s DLP pico technology, which enables the device to project an image over area size ranging from 5 to 50 inches with a resolution of 480x320 pixels. In spite of the integrated projector, the I7410 has kept its size and weight more on the compact side. It also packs a 3.2-inch WQVGA touch-sensitive display, a 5-megapixel camera and the TouchWiz UI.

As of now, the South Korean manufacturer plans to release the tri-band GSM device at the European and Asian markets, but whether it would ever surface in the U.S. has not yet been announced.

Samsung I7410 Specifications

via: Engadget



1. chupum

Posts: 115; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

Maybe if I forget to bring my USB stick to my presentations, I can get it off of my e-mail and produce my own presentation! ... Honestly, I don't see who would buy this for the projector... Maybe someone can propose some relevent... or maybe not so relevant, but funny scenarios for using this thing???

3. Legion

Posts: 397; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

It would be a good way to watch movies on the go, thats about all I can think of. With the omnia hd on the way, it doesnt seem necessary anymore.

2. gunsich

Posts: 9; Member since: Feb 04, 2009

It would be a pretty good flashlight! And great for draining your battery.

4. Henny22

Posts: 1; Member since: Feb 18, 2009

Actually this has plenty of useful applications. If put into the right smart phone, this could turn a cell phone into a functioning computer. With the larger screen and maybe an attachable keyboard you could edit documents and do some real work on a phone with a projector. It could actually lead to some really big changes

5. jskrenes

Posts: 209; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

I wouldn't mind having this. As a salesperson, do you know how many times I have to saddle up next to someone to show them how to use their phone? I could just point my projector phone on the wall and avoid having weird personal space issues come up.

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