Samsung Galaxy Beam spotted at FCC, shows AT&T-compatible radios


A filing for the Samsung Galaxy Beam has been spotted at the FCC, and based on its radio configuration one could make the projection of an AT&T release for the device. See what I did there? Built-in projector…projection. Get it? Anyway, the phone does feature 3G support for the GSM 1900MHz and 850MHz bands, though an official release on any US carrier hasn’t been confirmed. Otherwise we aren’t learning anything about the phone that we didn’t know before. 4-inch display, 1GHz processor, 768MB of RAM, and Android 2.3 wrap up the major specs aside from the device’s pico projector.

[via Engadget]

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  1. I could not care less about this phone, but I am desperate for some funky colored devices. 

  2. A projector phone is begging for some LTE lovin… hopefully this gets it. And why 768MB of RAM? That makes no sense… Spend the extra 25 cents and give us a GB…

  3. This article. Old as shite.

  4. They should have done something lyk the 1st projector phone, the LG eXpo. Had a removable projector. That way wii could have had room for hardcore specs.

  5. Is it just me or is at&t getting a lot of new phones lately

    1. Exactly what I was thinking.  Sadly I don’t see one that I want yet.  Maybe GS3 or the Atrix 3 will come soon.

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