Samsung NX Camera might be unveiled at ‘Samsung Premier 2013’

on June 14, 2013 7:03 AM EDT 0

Samsung announces the next flagship camera NX after Galaxy S 4 Zoom (Photo: Reuters)

Samsung might be ready to release the eagerly anticipated Galaxy NX mirrorless camera at Samsung Premier 2013, according to Sam Mobile.

JK Shin, the vice president of Samsung Mobile had confirmed the existence of the NX camera on Thursday morning. The device is likely to make its debut on 20 June along with the other flagship smartphones by Samsung according to Sam Mobile.

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Though the device was many a time referred as a successor to the first generation of Galaxy camera series, Tech Tastic claims that the camera is likely to be a NX product.

The device is expected to be Wifi enabled and will provide a stronger grip to the users as compared to Galaxy S4 camera with a little shallow handgrip reports The Verge.

While other hardware details about the product are expected to be confirmed at the London event, Vietnamese website Tinhte claims to have gotten their hands on some leaked press images of the device. The expected OS for Galaxy NX will be an Android Jelly Bean 4.2 powered by a 4 Quad core processor.

The other specs from Sam Mobile include that the camera body which looks like a DSLR camera will also be retaining the same blue colour as the current Galaxy Camera.

It is expected to be encased in a plastic body, a bit different from that of Galaxy S4 Zoom, might even feature a pop up flash and accessory connecting pins, reports 9 to 5.

Unlike Samsung Galaxy S4, NX will have no hard keys and the users can glide through the power switch, camera button, shutter release and multifunction swivel wheel across the touch interface.

The high-end camera also includes a 2GB RAM with 8-16GB internal memory storage and is expected to cost around £85, which is slightly costlier as compared any other Galaxy camera.

The Android community reports that the high end camera is likely to sport a full HD display with 1080 pixel and will be enabled with low light sensibility.

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