Thursday, June 20, 2013

New Samsung Galaxy NX Camera That Could Run Android

Samsung Galaxy NX - Samsung has released a number of new products, including an Android camera with interchangeable lenses and a Windows product that will also work the Android operating system.

The camera, called the Samsung Galaxy NX, is made to simply take professional-quality pictures while also making users easily share them on the Web. It could do that by working apps like Instagram and linking to 3G and 4G data networks.

The Samsung Galaxy NX runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and features a 20.3-megapixel APS-C Sensor. People may also adjust the camera's lens for different photographic scenarios.

A year ago, the Galaxy Camera was introduced by Samsung, a point-and-shoot that works Android, but using the Galaxy NX the technology giant is venturing in-to the world of professional photography.

The Samsung Galaxy NX was not the sole progressive product Samsung revealed at a media event this week in London. The business also introduced the Ativ Q, a Windows 8 tablet that may work applications designed for the Android operating system.

The hybrid pill allows people to change straight back and forth between your Microsoft os and the newest version of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

The Ativ Q also includes a huge 13.3-inch screen with a higher 3,200 by 1,800 pixel resolution.

Samsung didn't say if the products will start within the U.S. or how much they'll cost. 

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