We've had the excitement of the Samsung Galaxy S5, so now it's time for the smaller, weirder and cheaper Samsung things to start emerging in its wake, like those little fish things that eat the rotting food out of the teeth of enormous sharks.
The latest Samsung leaks begin with an updated version of the Galaxy Beam series, a phone that distinguishes itself from the competition and Samsung's 24,000 other models by offering a built-in pico projector for beaming media onto walls. According to a Chinese model database, the SM-G3858 unit is the refreshed Galaxy Beam, offering a 4.66-inch display running at 480 x 800 resolution.
Meanwhile, benchmarking tests have revealed the existence of a Samsung model numbered SM-C115, which, thanks to including a 4.8-inch display and Samsung's Exynos 5 Hexa processor inside, could well be the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom. Which makes sense what with the S4 Zoom having a similar CM model designation.
Finally, Samsung's also continuing to support Windows Phone, with the US division said to be planning to reveal the 4G Samsung ATIV LE for local network Verizon. With Samsung, Nokia and the recent signing of Lenovo and LG to the WP alliance, things are looking good for Microsoft as well as the omnipresent Samsung. [Engadget, Techradar]