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Movie Phone

Friends no longer have to gather ‘round the laptop to watch the latest YouTube video. A Samsung phone doubles as a projector, displaying still or moving images up to 1.2 meters wide. The phone incorporates digital light-processing technology from Texas Instruments, in which images are projected by hundreds of thousands of microscopic mirrors in an array. Samsung plans to release the phone in Europe this summer; it’s already available in Korea.

Courtesy of Samsung

Product: Samsung I7410, W7900

Cost: Not available

Source: www.samsung.com

Company: Samsung

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