Review: Samsung Galaxy Camera

The Samsung Galaxy Camera is a high performance photography camera with the Android platform and Verizon 4G mobile internet connectivity. The shoot camera is powerful with an Android user interface. “The U.S. digital camera market continues to experience trends associated with maturity,” said Chris Chute, research director, IDC’s Worldwide Digital Imaging Solutions and Services. The camera also enables voice commands, image sharing and videos. Samsung Galaxy Camera runs on the Android™ 4.1, Jelly Bean platform.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera is a serious camera which was designed to capture amazing images in almost any situation. Key features include a 23mm wide-angle lens with 21x optical zoom. There is also optical image stabilization. The setting options offer the user multiple choices from fully automated, manual or allowing the camera to configure settings. Samsung S Voice™ commands like “smile,” “record video” and “zoom in”  are also enabled.

Samsung Galaxy Camera photos quality is very good and clear. There is a Photo Wizard, where the user can edit photos right in the camera – adjust brightness and color, add effects, crop and more. Video Editor allows the user to delete and rearrange scenes, add music and insert text. These are precision tools that make sure the photos and videos which users can share. The camera has a 4.8” HD Super Clear Touch Screen LCD.

The Galaxy Camera combines high performance photography with Android™ 4.1 Jelly Bean and AT&T 4G mobile internet connectivity, resulting in a powerful point and shoot camera with a familiar, intuitive user interface and access to all of your favorite Android applications from the Google Play™ market. The Galaxy Camera is a perfect fit for those who wish to shoot, edit and share brilliant photographs and video easily and quickly without connecting to a laptop or PC. The new Galaxy Camera 2 features a 21x zoom lens and is set to launch soon.

Those who are interested in Samsung Galaxy Camera Version II can register for the latest update at the website.

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