Samsung To Unveil Android-Powered Digital Camera
The Samsung Galaxy Camera runs on an Android Jellybean 4.1 OS
Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Camera, a digital camera that runs on an Android OS.
This small and compact digital camera showcases an impressive 21.2mm (4.77″) touchscreen LCD display, 23mm lens with a 2.8 aperture, and a 21x optical zoom. It also features a 16.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and 1080p video recording technology, that lets you shoot crystal clear videos.
The camera has the capabilities of an Android smartphone and runs on a 1.4 GHz quad core processor and the latest OS, the Android Jellybean 4.1. It also features wireless connectivity, 3G, 4G and WiFi, so you can upload, share your photos on your favorite social media sites, instantly.
The Galaxy Camera can also execute your commands through its voice-control feature, allowing you to shoot, zoom in or out, set the timer, rotate photos and even share your photos, just by speaking.
Photos are also automatically backed-up with the camera’s Auto Cloud Back-up feature, that saves your precious photos into the cloud.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera will start shipping in October. Its price, however, is still left unannounced.View Article Source »