I recall many years back, I discussed with my photography peers about building phone capabilities in a camera so that one can share photos easily online. The day has finally arrived.
Today, Samsung Singapore announces the GALAXY NX, the first 3G/LTE Connected Compact Camera System (CSC) with interchangeable lenses. This is going to facilitate photo sharing to a huge extent without sacrificing image quality.
I'm not sure how many people will actually use Android apps extensively on a large camera like a phone or tablet, but the capability and convenience is there.
My only concern is the lack of hardware buttons. Plus, its over-reliance on touch controls means there may be control lags and accidental touches when the camera is hanging around your neck.
But with the GALAXY NX, I can bring one less device out to access my favourite Android apps.
Looking forward to a hands-on review so that I can share my experience with you.
- 20.3MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- 4.8-inch HD TFT LCD screen
- SVGA Electronic Viewfinder
- ISO: 100 - 25600
- Supports 4G/LTE
- 1.6GHz Quad-core processor
- Android 4.2
- Supports JPEG, SRW, 3D JPEG
- WiFi a/b/g/n 2.4GHz/5GHz
- Bluetooth 4.0 (LE)
- GPS, GLONASS, A-GPS
- 16GB Internal Memory
- 2GB RAM
- Supports microSD card (up to 64GB)
- 495g (with battery 4360mAh)
The Samsung GALAXY NX Camera is available in Singapore from 17 August 2013 at RRP S$1958. For product information, visit http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxycamera/nx/
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