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Samsung’s Android-powered Galaxy Camera 2 debuts ahead of CES 2014 Samsung on Thursday introduced its second generation of the Galaxy Camera, the Android-powered digital camera. As you might expect, the
The next generation of Galaxy S smartphone could boast a 16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) technology, according to new reports. Once rumored for the Galaxy Note 3, the
Samsung combines a high-end smartphone with a great digital camera and cams in tons of features.
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Camera (Wi-Fi) will be available later this month for $449.99 at Samsung.com and authorized retailers. Aside from the connectivity, the hardware for the camera
Samsung today announced a Wi-Fi version of the Samsung Galaxy Camera will be offered in the coming weeks. Stopping short of giving a price or exact launch time frame, the
Verizon’s version of the Samsung Galaxy Camera is officially official today as the device is confirmed via press release. Sneaking online last week and then subsequently disappearing, we expected that the
Those of you who have been waffling over the Samsung Galaxy Camera but aren’t quite ready to commit to AT&T, are in luck. You may soon be able to score
AT&T today announced that it will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Camera starting November 16. Priced at $499.99, the camera runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and features a number of
AT&T today announced that they will be the carrier of choice for the recently-introduced Samsung Galaxy Camera. A press release just crossing the wire advises that it is set to
Samsung, following closely on the heels of their big Galaxy Note II announcement, have made the Galaxy Camera official. Specifications for the Android 4.1-powered camera are just what we anticipated
Samsung, seemingly satisfied with their Android smartphone efforts, has decided to branch out to the digital camera market. PocketNow has picked up the details for a Galaxy Camera and, from
There is no doubt that Android will continue to grow, with over 700,000 activations a day. But mobile technology is not where Google is stopping, and Android is growing and