[CES 2010] Samsung Projector Phone Gives A Glimmer Of Hope That One Day They Won’t Be Monstrous

[CES 2010] Samsung Projector Phone Gives A Glimmer Of Hope That One Day They Won’t Be Monstrous

Samsung Projector Phone (Images property OhGizmo!)
By Andrew Liszewski

While they had little to no information about the phone itself, the good people at Texas Instruments were showing off this unnamed Samsung phone (I believe the model # 9600 was thrown around?) since it features a built-in DLP-based projector. While it’s not as thin as the Nexus One or the iPhone, it’s still remarkably compact given there’s a projector crammed inside! And a decent one at that!

Samsung Projector Phone (Image property OhGizmo!)

Now a crumpled piece of copier paper isn’t the most ideal thing to use as a projection screen, but to be honest it’s pretty close to real world conditions. I mean if I was at my desk and wanted to show someone something via the projector, it’s probably the first thing I would reach for. And the projected image was suitably bright with decent contrast, so we’re definitely getting there!

6 thoughts on “[CES 2010] Samsung Projector Phone Gives A Glimmer Of Hope That One Day They Won’t Be Monstrous”

  1. I think this will give the need for all those additions to the other phones, obsolete? I love how fast technology goes. It's so exciting.

  2. There is some ray of hope here. What I like about this gadget is that it comes in handy and is always right there when you need it. I just hope that the phone will not cost that much so that we will no longer go to a
    Projector Rentals Pocatello
    based office just to be able to use one.

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