Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Samsung Galaxy Camera

The Samsung Galaxy Camera has a massive 4.77-inch Super Clear LCD display on the back. The advantage this brings is that it adds a glorious big-screen composition to the world of cameras.  It's early days for the new device and we found it wasn't as swift as the latest Android phones in terms of operating the UI.There are also plenty of native sharing and sorting options, including a device-wide search tool that lets you locate shots based on a face tag, location or time. Best Group Pose will automatically select the ideal portrait of you and your friends, while Share Shot lets you use WiFi Direct to send content to your buds with Galaxy cameras and smartphones in realtime.  


Lying at the core of the Samsung Galaxy Camera is a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, so there's no lack of power. It's also running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the latest software from Google, so it's bang up to date.


Without standard phone functionality, the Galaxy Camera won't replace your smartphone -- not to mention that the rather bulky form-factor would end up being quite a nuisance -- but if you don't make calls, this could theoretically be the only device in your (rather spacious) pocket.

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