SEOUL, South Korea – Samsung is set to launch new products to add to its line-up of mobile devices and accessories, including a mobile projector and a successor to the Galaxy Pocket.
There are rumors indicating that Samsung will be launching an update for the Galaxy Pocket. The new smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus, is expected to feature Android 4.0 (ICS) and it may also incorporate many more updates to the existing model.
The next one by Samsung is a pocket projector compatible with smartphones in the Galaxy series, named EAD-R10. It projects images at a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. This device is designed with a 1650 mAh battery and a loudspeaker, and adds to the existing Samsung Galaxy Beam project-equipped smartphone.
Samsung is also introducing a music player in the US called Muse. It already retails in South Korea by the name of S Pebble and dedicates itself in helping users perform a range of functions related to playing and transferring their music files. The Samsung Muse will function when connected to a Galaxy device in the Samsung portfolio.