Can you imagine what gadget will come up when you combine a pocket camera with an Android smartphone? Galaxy Camera, an answer by Samsung. Samsung Galaxy camera runs on an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with a massive 4.8-inch HD LCD screen. This camera is design to aim the best of Samsung’s camera and phone sections and mixing them up to obtain a unique result. A backside-illuminated sensor is built with 16-megapixel and equipped with a retractable lens that renders 21x optical zoom.
Inside this camera lies a 1.GHz quad-core processor, 3G and 4G and Wi-Fi wireless option but sad to say there is no SD card compatible on it. You will need microSD cards if you want a removable storage. The display uses scLCD technology and has a 308ppi pixel concentration with a 1280 x 720 resolution.
Samsung has gone awesome with its automation of software which provides user 10 Smart Pro modes, designed to make the process easier in taking professionally-styled photos. Samsung has a mode that will designate the light trails you see in a long exposed picture of moving traffic in a dim light. This smart camera has a content manager that suggests deletion for badly taken shots, create folders and automatically tag faces. It has also a Photo Wizard that fix up your pictures easily and a Best Group Shot attribute that creates a compound image in a continuous shot and joining them together for best photo on every person’s face. You will also be able to search faces of the people along with the location, time and other details of the photo.
This device has four unique features including Share, Shoot, Enjoy and Edit, which is aided by the richness of wireless connectivity, connecting to nearby Galaxy devices using Share Shot, Auto Cloud Backup and last but not the least is basically the same thing you do with Google’s upload to Picasa (it only sends the pic to Samsung’s cloud and not in Google).
The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be out in store by the fourth quarter of this year. Though Samsung’s Ryan Bidan tells that this device is still a camera, it is said to be commercialized and launched in partnership with mobile operators, especially smartphones. As what Ryan said, “Stop worrying about Android, it’s just a tool under the hood. It’s what it enables in the device that’s the important part.”
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