Samsung Galaxy NX - Hybrid Mirrorless Camera with Android OS

Galaxy NX, the first Android powered mirrorless camera, will be released in Korea sometime in September 2013, introducing a new type of product in a rapid growing market of technology savvy photo enthusiasts.  Samsung Electronics as a pioneer of consumer electronic products from TV and refrigerator to Smartphone, is in a perfect position to dream up and make such a product into a reality.

Galaxy NX features Android OS version 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), 4G LTE radio, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.  It is definitely not a glorified point-and-shoot camera, as it contains a large 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor.  It can compete with many of the prosumer level cameras in the market such as Sony's NEX series and Olympus PEN cameras.

The amazing specification of this new hybrid product continues with 4.8-inch HD LCD display, 1.6 GHz Pega-Q quad-core CPU, DRIMe IV signal processor.  The screen size is much larger than the usual 3-inch displays found on most compact system cameras and DSLRs, and certainly is a striking look.

The camera is fully compatible with existing Samsung NX series lenses, and there are 13 of them available already. The number of NX range lenses is growing, and although Samsung doesn't yet match the breadth of options available from the Micro Four-Thirds cohorts of Panasonic and Olympus, there are still a decent number.

This is a quite exciting product, and you will soon see it at stores near you!
Samsung Galaxy NX - Hybrid Mirrorless Camera with Android OS Reviewed by Blogs on 8/07/2013 Rating: 5

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