The Samsung Galaxy Camera is the world’s first LTE camera and ushers in a new line of full touch-screen cameras that are always connected. Getting a chance to play with it, it was literally love at first touch. This Galaxy is very simple to use, and if you’re an Android lover the camera has a lot of potential to be an awesome companion with your day to day adventures.
Immediately when you take a photo you can upload it over Wi-Fi or 3g, 4g LTE (mobile networks will cost you a monthly fee) using a variety of apps. You can share to your social network of choice, backup to Dropbox, or import your images to a photo editor wirelessly – even beam your movies and photos to a Samsung Smart TV!
The Galaxy Camera runs Android Jelly Bean 4.1 and is very easy to navigate with the 4.8 inch super AMOLED screen. Samsung has really outdone themselves using these superior displays. With Android you can download a ton of applications/games from the Google Play store, so in case you forget your phone, send an IM to your buddies to let them know where you are meeting up for a photo walk…and of course play a game while you wait.
This camera might look elegant but let me assure you it’s a beast inside. Using a 1.4 GHz quad core processor, 1GB of ram and 8GB storage expandable to 64GB, running Jelly Bean is smooth and fluid. The body is comfortable and easy to grip and feels pretty rugged for its glossy plastic exterior. This is the Samsung Galaxy S III phone merged with a very decent little point-and-shoot.