Samsung Galaxy Camera Heading to the UK

 

 

The Samsung Galaxy Camera made an appearance at the IFA 2012 in August and now it has been confirmed that it will be coming to the UK.

 

The camera caused something of a split between those that saw it with some thinking it was a fantastic idea to combine an Android 4.1 device with a fully-fledged digital camera, whilst others were dubious as to where it could fit into the market.

 

 

However you feel about it you can check it out in stores this week and if you want one you will need to pay out £399. So what do you get for that price tag?

 

Well on the camera side you get a 16-megapixel resolution and 21x optical zoom on the rear-illuminated CMOS sensor. Wide angle shots are delivered by the 23mm aperture lens and the camera also records video in HD.

 

On the flip side of the camera you get the “world’s largest and most vivid camera display” and at 121.2mm that claim isn’t so farfetched. It’s a Super Clear HD touch screen that not only acts as the viewfinder but also gives you access to the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. You can edit images on the camera before sending them to another device or emailing them and as it’s an Android device you can download apps, browse the web and much more.

 

 

 

 

Samsung UK & Ireland Vice President of the Telecommunications & Network Division, Simon Stanford said “We are really looking forward to offering our customers a completely new type of digital photography device. The Galaxy Camera is a fantastic example of our continued passion for innovation and we are excited to be evolving our Galaxy range even further.”

 

 

 

The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be available as Wi-Fi only or Wi-Fi with 3G and you can check it out in high streets this week.

 

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