After hearing tons of news about Samsung’s new camera phone, the Galaxy K Zoom has finally been announced officially. Though we all had been anxiously waiting for the camera phone, there still needs to be an effective promotional campaign in place because the phone would be competing with Samsung’s own Galaxy S5. In order to promote the phone, the company has also launched a teaser trailer alongside their official announcement.
The video lasts for about two and half minutes during which it highlights some of the main features of the Galaxy K Zoom camera phone. And quite obviously, the camera setup had to be the main attraction of the phone and hence the trailer touches upon the 20.7 megapixel rear camera which packs other features too such as 10x optical zoom, the Xenon flash and the Selfie alarm. The trailer also kind of gives a short demo on how to make use of the auto focus and the exposure separately for every picture.
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