Samsung reveals Galaxy NX Android-powered camera with 4G smarts

Samsung reveals Galaxy NX Android-powered camera with 4G smarts

Samsung today unveiled the Samsung NX Android-powered camera that features interchangeable lenses allowing users to switch between DSLR and standard lenses.

The Android Jelly Bean based device comes with a 20.3-megapixel sensor “for the best photo possible in any environment” which uses a hybrid autofocus system that “takes the best of autofocus from DSLRs and compacts”, Samsung said.

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Of course, given that it uses Google’s mobile OS, its specs are more like that of a smartphone than a camera and include, among others, a 4.8-inch HD TFT and a 1.6GHz quad core processor.

It also handily includes 4G connectivity allowing you to upload your snaps, or check your email, from anywhere.

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