Samsung Galaxy Camera- Positives

posted Feb 20, 2013, 2:34 PM by Unknown user

Samsung has recently come up with yet another innovative and brand new device... the Samsung Galaxy Camera. It is the much-loved Android phone merged with a camera, which far surpasses those of any smartphone. This touch screen camera is Wi-Fi only, meaning you can only share images or videos when connected with a wireless network. Although this camera lacks a 3G/4G connection, it is equipped with dual-band wireless connectivity. It is surprisingly affordable (seeing as it has so many awesome, new features), which allows customers to meet the expense of the camera with the extra benefits of a two-in-one merged device.

This touch screen camera features a 16.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, a 23mm wide-angle lens, and a 21x optical zoom. In addition, the camera also allows images to be saved as a JPEG. Users also have the ability to back-up their photos on a cloud service. The device has a 4.8 inch HD Super Clear display and a 1.4GHz quad core processor. If all this isn’t enough, the Galaxy camera even comes prepared with 8GB of storage and an additional microSD slot for further extra space. The camera runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and comes loaded with a host of Google services, including YouTube, Maps, Talk, Places, Chrome, and the Play Store.
The Galaxy camera- a creative, fresh intake of the ordinary smartphone.

It can be thought of as the ultimate device for today's people, young and old; a music player, phone, camera and pocket computer merged all into one in the shape of a thin camera. Not only does this invention from Samsung drift away from the mainstream smartphones seen basically in every pocket, it can also be thought of as a device capable of fulfilling all the needs of people taking photos for recreation, professionally, or the need to capture every moment of their daily lives. Think of the impossible, like using Photoshop on such a compact piece of technology; the Samsung Galaxy Camera makes it possible.


This fashionable and creative, Android on camera, instead of camera on Android, has full functionality of popular applications, sending and receiving text messages and emails, successfully capturing Full HD 1080p videos, as well as calls made via an internet connection, such as applications like Skype allow. It is also a useful piece of technology; now users can take high quality pictures or videos, edit them using a professional software (Photoshop), and upload it straight to Facebook or Twitter, using the one device. This means avoiding tedious routine of transferring pictures from a normal camera to the computer, and then editing and uploading.


This innovative Samsung device, the only phone/camera to have optical zoom, has created a new line of technology (phone embedded into digital camera). Will this new line of technology thrive, or wither and die out?