The camera with the Google mobile operating system and 3G connectivity Samsung introduced and you describe at first sight , as was seen in Spain, with a promise to start selling later this same month.
Projecting as one of the most requested gifts this Christmas, and probably the object of inspiration for more than one letter to Santa, the Galaxy Camera meets in a compact “the best of a smartphone and high-end compact camera ” in the words of the representatives of Samsung in Spain.
With 21x optical zoom, 16.3 megapixel sensor 1/2.3 “BSI CMOS quad-core processor at 1.4GHz, 8GB internal memory (expandable via micro SD card) and governed by Android 4.1, the Galaxy Camera includes a manual mode along to technology “Smart Mode” that offers up to 15 preset modes and settings that allow any user to get professional looking photographs.
Completing the bet HD touch screen Super Clear LCD 4.8 inch with a resolution of 1,280 x 720 and density of 308 dpi, which might well arouse the ire of many mobile battery capable of supporting up to 360 continuous shots, this Korean proposal incorporates mini HDMI output and 3.5 mm input and supports VoIP. Its interface is the same as any terminal run by Android, so it’s really very intuitive, so get used to it will be no problem.
Need price and availability? Camera The Samsung Galaxy arrived for a price of 499 euros, and now even his strong point is the 3G, Samsung representatives not speak any association with any operator … matter of time to see if there is interest in some of these incorporate this camera connectivity in catalogs, you just attach it to any fees or financing plan may be attractive to potential users of this camera because it will have to hire him as the data plan.
Is what is missing? The call option, but of course, since then we are talking about a mobile phone in all its glory … However, I think it is a good choice for Android users who are still fans of photography and not settle for the cameras include mobile, that however high-end as they are, not as complete as the proposal of the Samsung Galaxy Camera.
I also think there may be a good choice for mobile users with other operating systems, or even non-smartphone phones and are thinking about making the leap: Would you stop your usual phone calls and SMS, and bring you the Galaxy Camera to capture every moment and share photos on social networking … what do you think of this proposal Samsung?