Finally, we have a got enough information to tell you about the long awaited Samsung Galaxy Camera, which was the most unique and captivating device that was introduced in the IFA event. The camera is based on Galaxy S III and powered by Android. Though it is not the only camera that came with Android, but we can take idea that this will boost up Android’s participation in cameras. It comprises of a 4.8-inches screen with 720p resolution. The aperture is F/2.8 max.
This camera is a bit shorter than the Galaxy S III, and because it is a digicam, it feels quite similar to a smartphone when you hold it in hand. The camera shares a 1600mAh battery, which is not something extraordinary but pretty exceptable. There is a hardware shutter key at the top, which is surrounds by a zoom control ki. There is an “Expert” mode option in the camera which is quite impressive and gives enthralling results. There is a SIM card and microSD card slot at the bottom of the camera, along with removable battery. There are a number of spinners that handle things like aperture, ISO, exposure and shutter speed.