A few days ago Samsung has announced its new phablet called Galaxy Note II and alongside introduced with its Android-powered Galaxy Camera. Toady, a new YouTube video surfaced in the wild, created by the Mobile Geeks team shows off the unknown performance you didn’t ever expect from playing games on the Android’s Samsung Galaxy Camera.
We were thinking that the Korean electronics are only showing off some of their flagship products to the world, with revealing the high-end smartphone-cum-tablet, the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Camera. Not only you can capture pictures by snapping with your Samsung’s new Android camera but now you can also enjoy playing a few rund of Dead Trigger, Front Line Commando & Temple Run to name a few of those games currently available in the Google Play Store.
Watch the video after the break to see how those games can be played in action:
Samsung announced Galaxy Camera with Exynos 1.4GHz quad-core processor and it will be running Google’s latest Android Jelly Bean (4.1). Operating system that the Galaxy Camera runs. The Samsung’s Android Camera also include a 4.8 inch display, 16.3 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor, and a F2.8, 23 mm, 21x Super Long Zoom Lens.