Samsung has announced the launch of its Android based GALAXY NX, which is also the first 3G/4G LTE Connected Compact System Camera, at its Unpack Event in London on 20th June. With the 3G/4G LTE technology, the GALAXY NX allows photographers to stay constantly connected with their world.
The GALAXY NX has Photo Suggest feature, which provides location based recommendations of popular photography spots, sourced from a huge library of images taken by fellow photographers across the world. Story Album feature lets users enjoy timeless memories by displaying special moments on one timeline, reframing and resizing them to create digital photo books which can be viewed and shared on other devices.
The GALAXY NX has an extensive range of interchangeable lenses. The 20.3MP APS-C Sensor produces images which are bright and detailed, even in low light conditions, while the DRIMe IV Image Signal Processer delivers the speed and accuracy which today’s photographers demand. Its Advanced Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) System ensures accurate phase and contrast detection for crisp, vibrant shots, while the 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps shooting lets you capture the action as it’s happening.
The Galaxy NX is powered by a quad-core processor,and runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.The Galaxy NX has an internal storage of 16GB, and supports a microSD card up to 64GB. It has 2 GB RAM.
To enhance shooting capabilites and to add special effects to the shots, the Galaxy NX is packed with many features. More than 30 Smart Mode lets users choose the optimum settings for the environment they are capturing, as well as create fresh, artistic images. ‘Multi Exposure’ merges two different shots together to produce one distinctive image, while ‘Animated Photo’ connects continuous shots of up to five seconds, creating a moving GIF file. For added realism, ‘Sound & Shot’ stores sound and voice together as the picture is taken, so moments are captured exactly as they happened.