Samsung have just unveiled their new AMOLED Beam projector phone. The successor to their previous Haptic Beam projector phone, the handset will go by the name of SPH-W9600.
The handset sports a 3.3 inch WVGA AMOLED display, a front facing VGA camera and 5 megapixel back-mounted camera, 11 GB of storage expandable by microSD cards and, of course, that projector.
The SPH-W9600 can throw images up to 50 inches onto walls direct from the phone, though a mere 9 lumens of brightness might make its usefulness limited only to cave dwelling folk.
Aimed presuably at presentation-giving business types most of all, the phone will also have Microsoft Office and DivX codec support to make projecting files and videos as painless as possible.
A Korea only release for the time being, either expect heavy import fees or wait patiently for further news of a worldwide release date.