Samsung Jelly Bean Galaxy Camera Priced at About €599/$776.7

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Galaxy CameraSamsung’s latest and innovative Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Galaxy Camera is expected to hit the market in India this year in November. No official announcement regarding its pricing or availability in India has been made by Samsung.

However, the Korean manufacturer recently uncovered the pricing of its latest device in Germany, and made further announcement that the Galaxy Camera will enter the German market by the end of this month.

Latest in line, the Galaxy Camera will cost €599 or $776.7, which is approximately Rs. 40,900.

Considered expensive as compared to other standard digital cameras, this entry-level DSLR camera is expected to be a breakthrough in the market of digital SLRs.

The Galaxy Camera runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Powered by a quad-core processor, it’s clocked at 1.4GHz. With this, users also get a 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, 8GB of built-in storage, and a 1650 mAh battery. Shooting images or videos will be easier with this camera that boasts of a 4.77-inch HD Super Clear LCD display. Galaxy Camera will also support HSPA and Wi-Fi connectivity. Sleek, smart, and compact, this camera surely stands out amongst others in the market of digital cameras.… Read the rest

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Samsung Plans For Samsung Galaxy S III ‘Mini’: Rumor

Smaller version of Galaxy sIII specualtedFollowing the speculations of iPad Mini, the latest going on in the rumor mill is the report of Samsung planning to launch a smaller version of its latest 4.8-inch Galaxy S III.

Starting off in the Korean manufacturer’s German branch, there are reports that Samsung has sent out press invitations slated for October 11 for something that as per Google Translate means, “That’s how large and small can be”.

However, on being asked to comment, Samsung refused to say anything.

This smaller version is believed to have a 4-inch display, with a 5 MP camera. It might also be cheaper than Apple’s iPhone 5.

Samsung recently paid Apple $1 billion in damages on claims of patents’ infringement. But that’s clearly not stopping the Korean maker from coming up with innovative devices.

In the first quarter of this year, Samsung bagged the top spot and shipped around 93.8 million devices.

Between May and August, the Korean maker had 25.7 percent share in the US smartphone market, while Apple has ticked up 2.1 percent, before its iPhone 5 hit the market.

Currently, Samsung and Apple are fighting in court in various countries all over the world.

According to a court filing, the firm is challenging the jury’s decision made in August because, the company says, Velvin Hogan, jury foreman did not disclose he had filed for bankruptcy in 1993 and had been involved in a lawsuit with his former employer, Seagate.

So in case the speculations are true, will you be waiting to bag a smaller Galaxy S III? Share your comments with us.… Read the rest

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