Samsung has started rolling out the launch of its new Android-powered Galaxy Camera in the United States and Europe and now the South Korean consumer electronics giant taking aim at its Japanese rivals with it Android-based digital camera that allows users to swifty and wirelessly upload pictures to social networks like Facebook and Pinterest.
Today, Samsung mad its way to their home market and launched Galaxy Camera in South Korea, all with 4G LTE support and the digital device comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and features a 16-megapixel sensor. The Galaxy camera lets users connect to a mobile network or Wi-Fi to share photographs and video without having to hook up the camera to a computer.
Talking about other specs of Samsung’s Galaxy Camera includes a 4.8-inch touchscreen display, added with a pop up Xenon Flash and 21x optical zoom ability. This 16MP Galaxy Camera comes in a range of 8GB of built-in storage, along with a microSD card slot for expandable memory and implemented with 50GB of Dropbox storage for two years, and all along a WiFi and 4G data connection plus a HDMI port and microUSB port integrated.
As you know that he Korean group, battling for mobile gadget supremacy against Apple Inc, is already a global market leader in televisions, smartphones and memory chips. Though, the Galaxy camera, which sells in the United States for $499.99 through AT&T with various monthly data plans, features a 4.8-inch (12.2 cm) LCD touchscreen and a 21x optical zoom lens.
The most important feature is with the appeal of high picture quality cameras with wireless connection has grown as social media services such as Facebook Inc drive a boom in rapid shoot-and-share photos. The Galaxy camera should appeal to a consumer willing to pay an initial and ongoing premium for 24/7 creative interactivity.
Now, Nikon has also recently introduced an Android-embedded Wi-Fi only camera with interchangeable-lens snapper that rival Nikon entered last year. What makes sense, whether Samsung Galaxy Camera can capture the hype against Nikon in the future launched in South Korea and Japan.