Hot on the heels of the LG eXpo with its optional inbuilt pico projector, all eyes in the technology world have turned to the release of the Bolt projector phone from Logic Wireless. Capable of throwing a 64-inch image onto a wall or other surface, the device runs the Symbian operating system and features two cameras - one for the front and one for the back.
The projector phone is expected to be displayed at the 2010 CES technology trade show in Las Vegas, beginning in the first week of January. It marks a smaller, slimmer update to Logic Wireless' version 1.0 of the Bolt. Version 1.5 maintains the flagship integrated projector feature, however, which can project the aforementioned VGA (640 x 480) image up to 64 inches in width.
According to reports, the Logic Bolt 1.5 - also known as "Projector Phone" - has a 2.6-inch LCD resistive touch screen in addition to its dual cameras and built-in LCOS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) device.
Commenting on their eXpo smartphone recently, representatives for LG said its projector feature is aimed at letting users share presentations, web pages, slideshows and even online videos straight from their phone.