Samsung Galaxy Camera coming soon at AT&T, but no release date yetBy Angel Cuala on Oct 8, 2012 in Camera, Smartphone, Technology •
AT&T announced on Thursday, October 4, 2012 that the Samsung Galaxy Camera will be coming to AT&T, but the exact release date was not revealed. This half-phone half-voice controlled camera was unveiled by Samsung last August 29 during its Unpacked 2012 IFA conference in Berlin, Germany.
Samsung Galaxy Camera
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According to a press release by AT&T on its official website that day, the Samsung Galaxy Camera will be made available via their service, which will notably combine high performance photography with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and AT&T 4G mobile internet connectivity, as the device performs like a camera, not like a phone camera.
“Wirelessly enabling Samsung’s Galaxy Camera will create a significant shift in how consumers share and communicate with photos and videos,” AT&T Emerging Devices Senior Vice President Chris Penrose was quoted in the report, with the Samsung Galaxy Camera to feature a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD screen.
“By posting instantly to social networking sites or sending directly to another device, the person behind the lens is essentially offering family and friends the opportunity to share in the moments as they are actually experiencing them. We’re excited that the AT&T wireless network will help enable these opportunities.” Penrose added.
“Once again, Samsung has defined a new category of mobile devices and AT&T is leading the way to bring this device to consumers. The Galaxy Camera brings together Samsung’s latest innovations in mobile and optical imaging technologies to provide the first connected camera running on the latest Android platform,” Dale Sohn, President of Samsung Telecommunications America, said.
Among the key features of the Samsung Galaxy Camera include a 21x optical touch zoom lens, 8GB built in storage, and a 1.4GHz Quad-Core processor; and comes in two connectivity options: a 3G and Wi-Fi version or a 4G and Wi-Fi version. Users can easily post their photos on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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