One of the devices that I think will change the point-and-shoot market up is Samsung's Android-powered Galaxy Camera. The 4.77-inch HD display-sporting digital camera sports some decent specs, too.
We're looking at crystal clear steady snapping, a F2.8 aperture, 21X optical zoom, and a focal length of 23mm. Samsung's Galaxy Camera also includes 8GB of internal storage, with the option of upgrading this through microSD.
Samsung's Galaxy Camera also supports 10 different modes for snapping photos, supports 120fps video recording, auto face calibration, action freeze, slow motion on video, on-screen editing, auto cloud back-up, and Glonass-assisted GPS functionalities. Once pictures have been taken on the Galaxy Camera, they can be shared using the point-and-shoots Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and HDMI connectivity.
Voice control is also included, which is a nice change to the usual point-and-shoot camera range. Samsung will have the Galaxy Camera on sale in India in November, and around the world shortly after.
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