Samsung Galaxy Camera

Samsung Galaxy Camera hands-on and unboxing

Samsung Galaxy Camera hands-on and unboxing

It's time to take a peek at the Samsung Galaxy Camera once again, this time in its final form straight out of the crate, the shipping materials, the box inside a box, and the wrapping. This device is essentially a two-in-one device, with all the looks and functions of a digital camera but with the ability to connect via a SIM card and use all manner of Android apps with the giant 4.8-inch HD touchscreen display on the back. Here in its final form we're ready for some sweet high definition action as well as full Android app control.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera hits AT&T for $499.99 November 16th

Samsung Galaxy Camera hits AT&T for $499.99 November 16th

It's time for the Samsung Galaxy Camera, a device that lives inside both the Android and the Samsung ecosystems with a lovely beast of a camera to boot. With Samsung's ever-strengthening family of devices and Samsung-specific sharing features onboard, the Samsung Galaxy Camera will be coming your way with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a fabulous 16 megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor for photos and video. This device will be coming to AT&T both on and off-contract for the same price on November 16th.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera priced and dated for UK

Samsung Galaxy Camera priced and dated for UK

Samsung's Galaxy Camera will go on sale across the UK on November 8, the company has announced, offering 16.1-megapixels, a 21x optical zoom, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on a quadcore processor. Announced back at IFA 2012, the Galaxy Camera blends a smartphone with a point-and-shoot, taking advantage of Android's app flexibility and the addition of a 3G radio (or 4G in the US) to make shooting, editing, and uploading images straightforward, all from the device itself.

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AT&T Samsung Galaxy Camera promises “significant shift” for photo/video sharing

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Camera promises “significant shift” for photo/video sharing

The folks at AT&T are proud today to present the Samsung Galaxy Camera, a device we got our hands on earlier this year at IFA 2012 in Germany. This device is first a camera and second an Android device, so to speak, with a full touch interface on the back, Android inside, and a fully functional point-and-shoot camera up front. This device is a crossover that takes the Android mobile operating system to new strange dimensions - have a peek at our hands-on time with the device while you're thinking about your photo future.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Camera stars in… Galaxy Camera sample shots

Samsung’s Galaxy Camera stars in… Galaxy Camera sample shots

Prepare to get that meta feeling: when we caught up with Samsung for some post-unveil Galaxy Camera play, we thought what better to make the subject of our sample shot gallery than the Android camera itself. So, two Galaxy Cameras in hand (and with a couple of Galaxy Note II units along for the ride) we set out to put the Android snapper through its paces. Read on for sample photos and video of the Galaxy Camera in action.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera official: Android-powered 16MP point-and-shoot

Samsung Galaxy Camera official: Android-powered 16MP point-and-shoot

Samsung has revealed its Galaxy Camera, an Android 4.1 powered 3G/4G toting camera with onboard editing, social sharing and a huge 21x optical zoom. Revealed at IFA 2012, the Samsung Galaxy Camera brings a 16-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS paired with a 23mm wide-angle lens and a Smart Pro system that helps entry-level users get the sort of photos usually reserved for those with years of experience and DSLRs. Then, they can be edited and uploaded to social networking sites like Facebook and Google+, all from the camera itself.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Camera hands-on

Samsung's Galaxy Camera might run Android, but in your hand it's most definitely a point-and-shoot. Still, Samsung has taken advantage of that heft well: you get a huge 21x optical zoom, 16-megapixel camera and a vast 4.8-inch HD screen. We caught up with Samsung ahead of its IFA 2012 "Unpacked" launch event to see how the Galaxy Camera holds up. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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