Samsung believes in surprising us from time to time. With its array of smartphones and tabs, it got the world eating out of its hands until now. Now that we have bowed down to the Korean-maker’s prowess, yet another surprise has swept us of our feet. We welcome the Android-fed 3G Camera form Sammy.
Equipped with specs that leave no doubt about the quality of snaps that it clicks, the point and shoot kid on the block is posing to be stiff competition for cousins Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S III and the Nokia 808 PureView. As far as clicking to glory in the best and worst conditions is concerned, each of these live up to the best expectations.
However, we chose to go in for a slightly skeptical test. With each of these smart devices in hand, we decided to get the game going by shooting at a standard 8 MP, 1050 p resolution. And before you pass on the winner’s cap onto Sammy, the results reveal otherwise. The 3G camera finally lets us down when it came to bringing forth images that were awesome even in zoomed mode. Surprisingly, Nokia Pureview rocked the stage here and was followed by iPhone 5, the two other competitors from Samsung– and the ball rested at the last rank on the Galaxy camera.
Perhaps Samsung needs to work up real tight this time.
Now you can get your hands on Samsung Galaxy Camera on the leading e-commerce website Infibeam.com. The USP of this camera is that it lets you share photos with your family and friends in a jiffy. Thanks to its WiFi and 3G connectivity.
“Samsung has a tough row to hoe against the likes of Canon and Nikon in the camera brand equity landscape,” said Liz Cutting, senior imaging analyst at research firm NPD Group. “Yet as a brand known more in the connected electronic device arena, Samsung has a unique opportunity to transfer strength from adjacent categories into the dedicated camera world.”
The Galaxy Camera is equipped with 65 editing features. You can click, cut, crop and give artistic touch to your pictures. This scintillating camera from Samsung also lets you organize your photos in folders and suggests deleting the out of focus pictures. You would never lose your picture as it gives your picture an automatic back up.
“Our camera business is quickly evolving… and I think it will be able to set a new landmark for Samsung,” J.K. Shin of Samsung Company said at a launch event in Seoul. “The product will open a new chapter in communications – visual communications,” he added. The camera has already got good reviews from US and Europe markets where it was up for sale in the beginning of this month.… Read the rest
Samsung’s Andriod –powered galaxy camera has finally hit the Indian shores. The camera has been priced at Rs 29,900. It sports a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD screen. Unlike other camera’s you can control many features of the camera with voice control such as ‘Zoom in’ and Shoot. The camera runs on the latest Andriod OS Jelly Bean.
The camera weighs 300gram and has 1,650mAh battery power. It’s memory is expandable till 64 GB and has 1.4 GHz Quad-Core processor. You can pick your camera from the market starting today.
It can support micro SDXC card up to 64GB. It is armed with a 1.4GHz Quad-Core processor. The camera is available in the market starting today.
· Image Sensor: 16.3 effective megapixel 1/2.3″ BSI CMOS
· Lens: 21x Optical Zoom Lens, 23 mm Wide Angle, F2.8(W) ~ 5.9(T)
· Display: 121.2 mm (4.8″), 308 ppi, HD Super Clear Touch Display
· Processor: 1.4GHz Quad-Core processor
· OS: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
· Memory: 8GB + memory slot : micro SDSC, micro SDHC, micro SDXC
· Video Output: HDMI 1.4
· Connectivity: 3G and WiFi; Bluetooth 4.0; USB 2.0
· Battery: 1,650 mAh
· Standby Time: Up to 280 hours (3G)
· Dimension (WxHxD: 128.7 x 70.8 x 19.1 mm
· Weight: 300g… Read the rest