JK Shin, Samsung’s CEO made the official announcement of their Galaxy NX camera, that will use the Android operating system. The official reveal will take place in London on June 20 at Samsung’s Premiere event. The Galaxy NX is a mirrorless camera that is part of the next generation of cameras.
We were able to spot the first images of this exciting device on tinthe.vn, a publication that posted these press images on their website. Take a look at the Galaxy NX Camera:
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Apparently, based on the speculations, this next generation camera will have an APS-C 20.3 MP sensor, it will record HD videos at 1080p, and you will be able too preview the photos on a 4.8 inches HD screen. It will be powered by a Quad Core Exynos 4 CPU and 2 GB of RAM memory. That’s about all that we can say for now, but stay close for other updates on the Galaxy NX Camera.
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