Samsung has announced its latest addition to the Galaxy Line at its recently held press event in London, England. Instead of recently new ground-breaking smartphones, the Korean-based company announced the release of its new Galaxy NX… which is a smart interchangeable lens mirrorless camera running Android Jelly Bean operating system.
Basically, it is a compact point and shoot that combines a quad-core processor, 4G-capability plus the new camera offers photographers access to smart features as well as keeping them connected with its WiFi feature. The Mirrorless Galaxy NX comes equipped with a 20.3-Megapixel APS-C image sensor, it has a DRIMe IV image processing engine which produces high quality images and it even features hybrid auto focus for accurate phase and contrast detection.
Other than 4G connectivity, it also supports 3G for when no coverage is available. The Galaxy NX also supports GPS/AGPS and GLONASS for geotagging your images, Bluetooth and dual-band WiFi 802.11n. On the rear of the cam, you’ll find a large 4.8-inch TFT LCD display for previewing images captured, its powered by a 1.6Ghz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. 16GB internal memory is provided and there is a microSD card slot for storage expansion.