BY | January 20, 2013

A great product is further being improved. Korean giant Samsung Galaxy Camera Android update will further improves its features

Samsung Galaxy Android camera is getting some much needed updates merely months after its market launch. The camera, first of its kind running on Android OS is getting a rather good response. Korean tech giant Samsung is also working overtime to make it available across the world and is using both online and mainstream newspaper advertising to reach out to perspective customers.

Reports suggest that Samsung’s Galaxy Android LTE camera version’s stock firmware is now available for download. Reports suggest that the new update will make the camera more useful and user friendly than it was so far. This is going to increase the popularity of the tablet in both long and short term.

Leading Samsung fan site SAMMobile says that not all versions of the camera will get the upload and only EK-KC120S model of the Galaxy Camera is getting the new stock firmware upload. Though it is not a DSLR camera, nonetheless it comes with great camera capabilities in the same price band.

Samsung’s Galaxy Android camera comes with 16MP autofocus sensor with 21x optical zoom. The point-and-shoot camera has pop-up Xenon flash, AF light and wide-angle 23mm lens as key features. The device can capture video at multiple resolutions; 1080p@30fps & 720×480@120fps. The device has been designed using the same technology of the point-and-click cameras in market. You can enjoy geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection and optical image stabilization in the camera.

The smart Android camera comes with a magnificent and large 4.8-inch Super Clear LCD touchscreen that packs a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels at 306 ppi. Akin to Samsung’s top-end Android handsets, the screen is secured against scratches with the Corning’s Gorilla Glass 2 and it has TouchWiz UI with the capability to run all apps that you can find on Google Play. Can you envisage of a quad core processor inside a digital camera? Well, Samsung has realized this in its Galaxy Camera. The gadget is equipped with the same innards of its flagship Galaxy S3 handset. That is, the camera comes with a 1.4GHz Cortex-A9 quad core CPU that encloses the company’s own Exynos 4412 Quad chipset. The camera also integrates a Mali-400MP graphical processing unit, plus 1GB of RAM.

One excellent aspect of the Galaxy camera is its very impressive web connectivity. You can connect the camera to internet either via 4G or Wi-Fi. It also highlights smart connectivity features like Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0. Thanks to net connectivity, users can’t only surf web on the device, but also they can instantly share images with friends on various web communities. The Galaxy Camera packs an incredible set of 65 powerful editing features. It gives great prospect for professional photographers to ease with their task of editing and sharing images on web on-the-go. The gorgeous HD Super Clear Touch Display gives users access to various editing features like Auto Face Calibration that you can use to edit snaps in precise detail and with smoothness. So all these features make it a very exciting product to own for camera buffs and Android fans.

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