Samsung Galaxy Camera powered by Android OS is now officially announced

The rumours confirmed! Samsung has plan to set to released a new Android based Camera which is showcasing at IFA Expo Event at Berlin.

Now Samsung has indeed to introduced their latest product line in the form of Samsung Galaxy Camera which is equipped with a 16.3MP CMOS Image sensor, F2.8 23mm, 21x Super Long Zoom lens and it will run on Google's latest platform Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Just about the only feature missing from this device is a feature which can cater and support calling capabilities from local network using SIM cards, with have a full access to the Google Play Store and of course, the Samsung exclusive Apps for their exclusive products.

The device is named the Samsung Galaxy Camera which is powered by Exynos 4412 SoC running processor at a clocked speed of 1.4GHz completes the picture and should provide enough grunt to make everything run nice and smoothly. It also takes video recording in 1080p at 30fps real-time and has built-in GPS for the navigation. It will be compatible with various VoiP apps, such as Skype, which will enable it to be used for making voice and video recorder and video call over 3G/4G or WiFi connectivity.
Samsung Galaxy Camera includes a comprehensive set of 35 powerful photo editing features through the “Photo Wizard”, allowing users to makes professional quality edits on the go. The new features take advantage of the ultra-fast quad-core processor and HD Super Clear LCD, giving access to a features like Auto Face Calibration so edits can be made in precise details and with ease. The target audience with the Galaxy Camera seems apparent, if you're looking to get into some semi-professional photography ( Galaxy Camera's auto-assist “ Pro Mode”), this may be the tech for you.


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