IFA 2012: Samsung Galaxy Camera announced, with Android Jelly Bean

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Samsung continues to amaze the IFA crowd today with a slew of new and interesting product announcements. This time around, a pretty cool digital camera was announced — the Samsung Galaxy Camera. This digital shooter has loads of stuff under the hood including Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as its OS and wireless connectivity such as 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi. These of course are in addition to the digital shooters camera specs and features which are pretty advanced as well. The Galaxy Camera boasts of a 21x optical touch zoom lens, 16M BSI CMOS sensor, 4.77-inch HD Super Clear Touch Display, and Smart Pro technology which is actually a series of modes that lets you take professional-looking photos easily. And since it will be running Android OS, the camera can be controlled by voice as well. This means that you can command it to “zoom in” and “shoot” through your voice. As for its connectivity features, the Galaxy Camera automatically saves your photos in the cloud via All Share and Auto Cloud Backup. It also lets you share photos as soon as you’ve taken them via the camera’s Share Shoot feature. No word yet as to when this camera will be released or how much it will be selling for. Let’s just hope that it will be more affordable than a Samsung media player or entry-level Android phone.

Via [Samsung Tomorrow]

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