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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 could round out Premiere product gush

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 could round out Premiere product gush

Samsung could bring a new Galaxy Camera 2 to its "Premiere 2013" event this month, it's suggested, with Samsung Electronics CEO JK Shin confirming that the company "will release our latest mirrorless camera that runs on Google's Android software" on June 20. The comments, which according to The Korea Times are in regards a replacement to 2012's Samsung Galaxy Camera, follow the reveal of the Galaxy S4 Zoom earlier this week, a hybrid phone-camera based on the Galaxy phone series.

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Samsung’s Summer: Galaxy Note III, Galaxy Camera II, GALAXY S 4 LTE-Advanced

Samsung’s Summer: Galaxy Note III, Galaxy Camera II, GALAXY S 4 LTE-Advanced

The clues continue to appear for the summer 2013 generation of Samsung devices, each of them riding in on the herald that was the smartphone GALAXY S 4. As this hero device brings in this generation's aesthetic style and software features, each of the following will come up: Samsung Galaxy Note III, Galaxy Camera II, and GALAXY S 4 LTE-Advanced. Then there's the Samsung Galaxy Zoom, another new camera/phone balance we've not yet seen.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 photo examples appear in Google+

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 photo examples appear in Google+

With the next Samsung device event coming up quick - June 20th, that is, a selection of devices have been appearing: smartphones to notebooks to cameras. Today's appearance is by a device code-named EK-GN120 and suggested to be known in the market as the Samsung Galaxy Camera II (aka Samsung Galaxy Camera 2). This device would, if proven to be legitimate, work with a 20.9-megapixel camera lens.

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Galaxy Note III set for Samsung multi-device event

Galaxy Note III set for Samsung multi-device event

The next wave of Samsung devices is washing in as a London event announced earlier today clues the public in, miniature photo style. The Samsung Galaxy Note III will quite likely be up for announcement as it's been appearing in benchmarks here and there and has historically appeared not long after a Galaxy smartphone hero device in the past. Meanwhile the company has Windows 8 notebooks and a brand new Galaxy Camera to show as well.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi edition hits USA at $449.99 USD

Samsung Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi edition hits USA at $449.99 USD

The Samsung Galaxy Camera is finally ready to make its wi-fi-only debut here in the United States after both the AT&T and Verizon-ready iterations have been on the market for some weeks. This version of the device is essentially identical to the mobile data-toting versions of the smart camera, here appearing for a cool $449.99 USD straight from Samsung in the USA. That's with no contract attached and no mobile data abilities onboard, mind you!

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Samsung unveils Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi, drops both 3G/4G and price

Samsung unveils Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi, drops both 3G/4G and price

Samsung's Galaxy Camera is a beautiful merging of point-and-shoot digital cameras and mobile devices, combining Android and a touchscreen with a camera that far surpasses those of smartphones. Today, the Korean company has announced the Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Camera, which drops both mobile broadband and the price tag, offering users who want a more budget-friendly option with no need for on-to-go connectivity an option.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Camera: Our Secret Star of CES

Samsung’s Galaxy Camera: Our Secret Star of CES

CES isn't short of product launches, and if you want to keep up you need the right tools. For 2013, the SlashGear team tried out a new workflow: carrying Samsung's Galaxy Camera and doing as much of our uploading of photos and video wirelessly. We'd already been impressed by the Galaxy Camera in our review, but taking the Android-powered point-and-shoot out into the field for what's arguably the toughest assignment on a tech-head's calendar really put it through its paces. Read on for our full report.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 11, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 11, 2012

Welcome to Tuesday evening everyone. Today Angry Birds celebrated its third birthday with a slew of new levels for players, but that wasn't the only thing announced for the celebration. As it turns out, there's an Angry Birds movie slated for release in 2016, with Despicable Me's John Cohen attached to produce. Yes, this is really happening, but the question now is whether or not people will still be playing Angry Birds in another three years. Verizon confirmed the Samsung Galaxy Camera in cobalt black today, while Twitter looked back on its highlights of 2012.

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