Samsung has been announcing its experimental products at the IFA. Like two years ago, Samsung announced its first tablet, and later at last year’s IFA Samsung introduced its AMOLED tablet and phoneblet. This year, rumor has it that along the Galaxy Note 2, Samsung will be launching its Galaxy S III-based 16megapixel point-and-shoot camera. The source which has confirmed about this device has proven quite authentic in the past, so there is a chance that this rumor might come true.
Samsung Galaxy S Camera device will be having the trademark 4.8-inches AMOLED screen without any physical key and it will be running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. According to the source, this camera device will be almost 2 times thicker than the Galaxy S III phone and its camera will feature 16MP sensor and a Xenon Flash. Let’s just keep our fingers crossed and hope that this rumor will turn out to be true.