Let the wave of new CES 2014 hardware commence. Samsung today announced the Galaxy Camera 2, the follow-up to the original Android-powered point and shoot that it launched back in 2012.
The Galaxy Camera 2 features a 16.3-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and 21x optical zoom, similar to the original Galaxy ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Camera was an innovative product that failed to gain much traction, which is quite unfortunate. It was a point and shoot camera with a full Android device built in, meaning that the photos you take can be edited using any app on the Play Store and shared via WiFi. It’s quite awesome, ... Read More »
Android may be all the rage in the mobile space, but Samsung is hoping the launch of the Galaxy Camera will turn a few heads and help solidify its position in the point-and-shoot camera sector. Samsung has just announced that the Galaxy Camera will go on sale in the UK starting November 8, and the ... Read More »
Just over a month ago at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Samsung announced the Galaxy Camera: a full-on 16-megapixel digital camera powered by Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. At the time of its unveiling, it was made clear that the Galaxy Camera would be stocked by carriers, but specifics on pricing, contracts and data plans ... Read More »
Samsung is no stranger to taking an idea that has been poorly executed in the past, and getting it right. But even for the world’s number one Android manufacturer, building a successful point-and-shoot camera powered by Android is no easy task.
Where others have failed, Samsung is looking to succeed. They’re taking the best the ... Read More »
Taking pictures with your Android powered phone has improved over the past few years, but we all know our phones are still outclassed even by the cheapest point-and-shoot cameras on the market. With that in mind, Samsung has just unveiled its new Android powered Samsung Galaxy Camera with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a ... Read More »
As he mentioned during an interview last October, Andy Rubin’s dream is to see Android on every screen. A couple of years ago, that might have seemed like something impossible, but we are getting very close to such a world. With Samsung being one of the biggest players in Android, we are not ... Read More »
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