When we are talking a projector-equipped handset like the newly revealed LG GW820 eXpo words are not quite enough to give you an exact idea of its capabilities. Luckily, here comes the first hand-on video demonstrating what the eXpo’s all about.
Before we get you to the video, let’s refresh your memory first. The LG GW820 eXpo was announced a couple of days back and is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and runs WinMo 6.5. The smartphone comes with a 3.2″ touchscreen of WVGA resolution and sports a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard.
The eXpo features a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, inbuilt GPS receiver, microSD card slot and support for Wi-Fi, 3G, HSDPA and Bluetooth. Another goodie worth mentioning is the “Smart Sensor” fingerprint sensor which not only eliminates the need for password-protecting your device but is also used as a touch-sensitive trackpad.
However, the most interesting thing about the LG GW820 eXpo is it’s removable projector. It weighs good 51 grams but allows you to share your presentations, images, videos or whatsoever with the others. The maximum projection distance is 2.4 meters and based on the video below the result seems more than satisfying for a device of this caliber.
And here comes the video in question. It’s kinda short but shows what you could expect from the eXpo. Maybe the only two downsides of the projector equipped smartphone are its peculiar design and the fact that at the moment it’s is only available to AT&T’s business customers despite it’s enormous multimedia potential.