Samsung Galaxy NX is shown in leaked press photos ahead of June 20, London event. It is now revealed that the camera is based on Android with a mirrorless interchangeable-lens and 4.3" large touch screen.
Samsung is going to introduce many devices at once on June 20th event in London. What we have now is a hint about Samsung Galaxy NX device that can be launched during the event. JK Shin, Mobile Chief at Samsung has given hints about the release of the product later in this month. Tinh te is the Vietnamese gadget site which posted the official pictures get through shopping leak of this upcoming android powered gadget. Galaxy NX appears to have a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera that is now all but revealed.
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The leaked press images revealed that the device have 3 NX lenses with a mirrorless mount. While it has large touchscreen at back with no buttons similar to NX2000. Its camera outlook resembles that of DSLR in size and not related to CSC lineup that Samsung currently have as reported in Engadget. Galaxy NX is having more specs than that of NX300.
The software specs includes APS-C sensor based 20.3 MP camera that can support 1080p video capture in Full HD through ISO sensitivity 25,600. This mirrorless camera will have 4.3-inch large touch screen of high resolution. While it will have Android 4.2 OS with either a dual-core processor or quad-core Samsung Exynos. While there are not much hard buttons for users to control. Hard controls include a power button, flash pop-up button, camera key, dial button on top, shutter release with left swappable lens release key. While price is still not revealed and we will have to wait for 20/6 event or may be more days for that.