The new no-compromise MacBook. A stellar on-ear headphone. Crave-worthy curves for a premium price. The Panasonic Eluga Power offers an attractive waterproof design, a great screen and a potentially powerful chip, but it could be pricey. It's barely been a couple of weeks since Panasonic took the cover off its new Eluga smart phone but the company is already excitedly showing off its bigger brother, the Eluga Power. The Power makes improvements over its sibling in screen size, resolution, Android software and processor power, but keeps the same waterproofing. There's no word on pricing or availability yet, but I expect the Power to be quite pricey.
Unlocked Mobiles has priced it up at £385 including VAT, The handset will go on sale in July -- not an ideal time of year to use a projector, with all that pesky daylight about, but there you are, At least it'll be a good test for Samsung's 15 lumens projector-in-a-phone, Luke went hands-on with the Beam out at MWC, so have a read of what he thought here, or watch his preview video below, The Beam shoots out images at up to 50 inches across, so you can have the equivalent of a very cinque terre iphone case large telly in your pocket wherever you go, It's HD too, You control the projector through a dedicated app on the 4-inch, 480x800-pixel screen, On the back is a 5-megapixel camera, and it'll record and playback movies in 720p HD at 30fps..
We're still pounding the halls at Mobile World Congress, so for everything mobile check out mwc.cnet.co.uk. Let me know if you'll be buying the Galaxy Beam over on our Facebook page, or in the comments below. The bonkers projector-packing Samsung Galaxy Beam is coming this summer, and will cost just shy of £400 SIM-free. Samsung's Galaxy Beam -- the phone with a projector built-in for no reason other than "hey, why not?" -- will cost just short of £400 when it goes on sale this summer. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
Design is definitely the focus of this phone, and I'm happy to say it looks rather sleek, The sides cinque terre iphone case are constructed from metal, which gives this mobile both a classy feel and a substantial weight, Build quality seems to be high, and while I'm not sure how well it would fare if you dropped it, the T2 feels well put together, Glass and stainless steel are the order of the day here, and a darker stripe down the middle of each squarish side keeps things looking good, I like the curved sections at the top and bottom of the phone too..
There are discretely hidden volume keys on the right of the phone, as well as a dedicated camera button. One feature I like is a button above the screen that acts as a shortcut key. You can assign two shortcuts to it, triggered by tapping the button, or holding it down for a moment. With design at the forefront, it's important that the T2 looks good. And it does, compensating for the fact that it's not that slim or light by feeling more luxurious than your average smart phone. The display measures 3.8 inches on the diagonal. While it looked crisp, I was using it outside on a sunny day, and did notice it was vulnerable to annoying screen reflections. That's not a problem unique to the T2 -- most phone displays struggle with the sun -- but it's something to bear in mind all the same.
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