Samsung Galaxy Beam Review
On the front, the Galaxy Beam has a 4-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Above the screen is the earpiece to the left of which rests the VGA front facing camera for video chatting.
Below the Galaxy Beam’s display are two touch sensitive buttons – menu and back and one physical button – home. On the left of the device are the volume rocker, headphones jack and the SIM card slot. The SIM card rests under a flap cover, which is nice as it protects the card.
On the right of the device is a similar flap under which rests the microSD card slot. The right panel also houses the on/off/sleep/wake button. There is a third button here, which is used to switch on and off the projector on the Galaxy Beam. The location of the buttons is convenient and they are well laid out on the device.
The top of the Galaxy Beam has the projector. It would have been nice there was a cover for the projector as it is exposed and can easily get scratched due to wear and tear.