Monday, November 26, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Camera official walkthrough


The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be launched in Malaysia tomorrow which is their first Android powered compact camera running with Galaxy S III-like internals. To get to know the device better, Samsung has released a rather detailed walk-through video which is available after the break.
To recap on the specs, the Galaxy Camera features a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor mated with a wide angle 21X optical zoom. Powering the device is a quad-core Exynos processor which is juiced up with a 1,650mAh battery. Internally there’s a 3.87GB memory which is expandable with microSD up to 64GB. The back comes with a 4.8″ Super Clear LCD multi-touch screen which is one of the biggest displays for a camera. As it is pushed as an always connected device, the Galaxy Camera comes with WiFi and 3G data support which uses micro SIM.
Being a connected device, the ability to share instantly to Dropbox is a pleasant touch especially if you fear of losing your photos or have the sudden need to clear your memory card without any computers nearby. There are several smart imaging features as well and it is capable of shooting 4FPS (20 photos in 5 seconds) photos and videos up to 120fps in its slow motion mode. The Galaxy Camera also offers a variety of on-screen filter and editing tools. Since it is an Android device, the application possibilities are endless but obviously running such apps would be a battery killer, something which you would want to avoid during a long outdoor trip.
In terms of pricing, launches globally are showing under RM2,000 range which is rather decent for its “smart phone” features bolted on. Full details will be out tomorrow and we will be sharing more as soon as we find out. Head after the break to watch the videos.

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