Samsung announces Galaxy NX Android Powered Camera: Features 20.3MP Sensor, Interchangeable Lenses

Samsung has always directed attention to the undermining interest in photography through the unveilment of an Android-based camera previously. Along these lines, we are treated to yet another disclosure called Galaxy NX Camera. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy NX Camera at its Premiere 2013 event today. This revelation encompasses 20.3-megapixel sensor, and available with interchangeable lenses. This aspect marks this revelation as an outstanding innovation succeeding last year’s Galaxy Camera.Galaxy-NX-1

Bestowing an Android interface in conjunction with amalgamating the photography skills of any individual is certainly looking to be a promising aspect for the photography enthusiasts. The best feature about this revelation is the 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and the newly announced camera is a perfect step in the right direction from the usual improved shot-taking ability on our Smartphones.

The Samsung Galaxy NX runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean along with amalgamated featuring of the Samsung’s aftermarket TouchWiz overlay. It constitutes a solid 1.6GHz quad-core processor which assists the progress in delivering a very slick Jelly Bean experience.


Although the Galaxy Camera was a propitious arrival running Android and providing other utilities, the downside was that this innovation lacked phone capabilities. It is understandable that the primary aim to facilitate the camera aspects; however the Galaxy NX is also an unveilment based on these struggling factors only. The users will be treated to a small screen without the ability to make and receive calls. Additionally, the Galaxy NX possesses the Wi-Fi and 4G LTE connectivity features that help the users in easily uploading or sharing their high resolution images with the rest of the world.


The Galaxy NX will be available this summer. The pricing of this unique innovation is yet to be disclosed

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