Samsung Galaxy NX Is A Professional Camera Running Android Jelly Bean

Posted: Jun 21 2013, 8:46am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 21 2013, 8:47am CDT, in News | Android


Samsung Galaxy NX is a professional camera running Android Jelly Bean

At Samsung's live event in London earlier today, the South Korean-based technology giant officially announced the Galaxy NX, touted as the first 3G/4G LTE Connected Compact System Camera (CSC).

Yes, the Samsung Galaxy NX runs Android down to the core, and support for 3G/4G LTE means that photographers can keep themselves wired while at work.

Digging into the details of its specs, the Galaxy NX sports a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor which reportedly produces bright and detailed images even in low and light conditions. Its DRIMe IV Image Signal Processer presumably proffers top-notch speed and accuracy, while the Advanced Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) System keeps contrast in place.

Taking photos is made easier with its 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps shooting power, and the interchangeable lenses lets photographers enjoy a wide variety of lenses, ranging from compact pancake lenses to ultra-wide fisheye lenses. 

Source: Samsung

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