Nikon Coolpix S810c point-and-shoot camera runs Android
Nikon launched its first Android camera two years ago, but Samsung later fired back with its Galaxy Camera point and shooter.
Today, Nikon is reclaiming the belt with the introduction of the Coolpix S810c. A successor to Nikon's Coolpix S800c, the S810c features a slimmer body, a longer zoom, and a larger touchscreen display. It also runs on a newer Android version: Android 4.2.2.
The S810c is equipped with a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor and 12x optical zoom NIKKOR lens. It also dons a slightly-larger 3.7-inch TFT LCD monitor.
Nikon also managed to add a few nifty functionalities on the camera, including a comment function that lets users add comments to images. These comments or notes can also be edited later. Another functionality is the timeline view, which displays photos and videos in a chronological order.
Other features of the Nikon Coolpix S810c include Wi-Fi support, microUSB support, microSDHC and microSDXC connectivities. Pricing and availability has yet to be announced.
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