This weekend we are aware of Nikon’s release of its first camera that is based on Google’s mobile OS – the Android. Now, a news comes out in the form of rumor that surfaced and slates that Samsung is eager to announce its first Android-powered Galaxy S camera at IFA event going to held on August 29th.
However there are millions of smartphone users who prefer the device with camera. In fact, on Flickr, they hold their own against some of the best standalones in terms of numbers of images posted, whereas Pinterest a social photo sharing sites poses the same, in which many smartphone users use their snapper to capture some mind blowing photographs, and to check in terms of performance and quality. Being an Galaxy S III and an iPhone 4S user I am a little much appreciated, but when compared to a DSLR that will bring you thinking down to earth. However a smartphone like Nokia N8 with a 12-megapixel camera and a 41MP camera sporting phones will let you considerable.
Apart the topic, there are plenty of rumors surrounding Apple to bring some kind of standalone effort to the photography market, it’s now emerging that Samsung might try its handy by introducing a Galaxy S camera. Of course the South Korean Electronics has a list of DSLR-based and wide-shot cameras in the market, and with this building cameras, it does have previous, and by going with the Galaxy branding, it would obviously appeal to the tablet and smartphone market immediately.
The GSMArena, who seems to think the Galaxy S Camera might be announced alongside the highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 2 at IFA 2012. Like Apple talk of iCamera in the past by Jobs – Samsung has been rumored to be bringing an Android-based camera for a quite some time.
Check this worth-watching, the purported device is described as being like a “Galaxy S3 glued to the back of a point-and-shoot camera,” and may be up to twice as thick as the current flagship smartphone. This picture shows up an ultra modified design of Galaxy S series smartphone-cum-camera?
Have you seen it poses with a 16-megapixel sensor and run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), retailing as WiFi-only as well as 3G.