Samsung Galaxy Camera Review

Author: Sahil Shaikh
Published: January 01, 2013 at 6:53 am
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              Samsung Galaxy Camera

December 30, 2012; New Delhi:
This year Samsung really amazed the World with it's Amazing invention of a Digital Camera which not only captures photos but also performs all tasks done by a smartphone except GSM voice communication!

The 16.3 Mega-Pixels Samsung Galaxy Camera is based on Android 4.1(Jelly Bean) operating system. The camera is equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS and 3G capabilities, Bluetooth connectivity. which can be used to connect to the Internet directly from the camera. This serves a great purpose to all those Facebook and Twitter super users who had to first transfer the pictures from camera and then upload it on their profiles!

Multiple applications can be downloaded using Google Play- the android app market. Using application like Skype can overcome the communication limitation of the camera.

The another feature of this camera is the 21x optical zoom. With this amazing zooming capability user can get a close view of any object. It has all the basic features like image stabilization, face detection, smile detection etc. Along with pictures the camera can also be used to used to take videos in full HD format.

The camera runs on Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU. It is powered by Standard Li-Ion battery. The camera has 8GB internal storage and has 1 GB ram. The memory can be expanded up-to 64 GB via Micro SD slot. Taking about the screen Samsung Galaxy has a 4.8 inches super clear, Multi-touch LCD Screen similar to an smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy camera costs about 30,000 Indian Rupees which is approximately 500 US Dollars.

 
 

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Sahil Shaikh mostly known as Sahil Invincible is a Author/ Writer who works with Technorati-Blogcritics network. Sahil hails from India and he is 21 years old. He is a Information Technology/Computer graduate. …

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