Samsung introduces Galaxy Camera

Samsung has been having great IFA 2012 time this year with newer and newer Samsung devices debuting every day. The latest one coming out of Samsung is the Samsung Galaxy Camera – a device designed and optimised for taking and sharing photos. The Galaxy Camera allows the user to take pictures on the go and then edit and share them with friends and family in real time.

To do all this the Galaxy Camera comes with a 16 MP BSI CMOS rear camera with 21x optical zoom, 1080p HD video capture, 8 GB of on-board storage, 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD display and a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor.

Samsung Galaxy Camera

In addition the Galaxy Camera runs Android 4.1 and offers great social networking integration along with full Play Store access. The camera is capable of taking pictures and then sharing them instantly thanks to Share Shot and cloud access is guaranteed through Samsung’s Auto Cloud Backup feature. Moreover, the Galaxy Camera features 3G + Wi-Fi connectivity or 4G + Wi-Fi connectivity.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be available on the market sometime in Q4 but pricing is unknown.


Source: Androidos.in

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