Gearlog spotted the Samsung Show phone at CES 2009, this handset features Texas Instruments' tiny DLP projector:
I got some hands-on time with the Show, but nobody I talked to knew much about it. It's a somewhat bulky candybar-style phone. It runs a proprietary OS, and includes support for Korea's DMB-T digital TV system. It uses Samsung's TouchWIZ user interface, which involves a touchscreen and movable widgets.
The Show's projector has five options: "File Viewer," which shows movies in a large-screen format; "Album," for photo slideshows, "Story Telling," which appears to project animated Korean children's stories, TV, and Flashlight, which is just a flashlight. You now know as much as I know, and pretty much as much as the Samsung PR people seemed to know. This phone will never, ever come to the US.