Tech giant Samsung has recently upgraded their Android-powered Galaxy Camera device, ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2014.
The new Galaxy Camera 2 device has got a faster processor, a newer Android version, and a better battery life with more storage and memory included, even though the key camera specifications still remain the same.
The new Galaxy Camera 2 device has got the same 16.3MP BSI CMOS sensor with a stunning 21x optical zoom and a Xenon flash as its predecessor. It has got a 4.8-inch High Definition Super Clear LCD screen, which runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and it is powered by a powerful 1.6GHz quad-core processor paired with a 2GB RAM. The internal storage of this device has been raised from 4GB to the 8GB in the new model, with a microSD card support up to the limit of 64GB.
Connectivity options in the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 include the facility of WiFi, a speedy Bluetooth 4.0 and the NFC system; there is still no word on the 3G/4G-enabled model of this camera. The first-generation of the Android camera of Samsung came in the Wi-Fi model as well as in the 3G variants. It is getting powered by a superb 2,000mAh battery and it comes with a free Dropbox storage of 50GB.