if you are not so woo by the phone-first, camera-later GALAXY S4 Zoom, then Samsung has another Android-based imaging treat for you: the Samsung GALAXY NX 3G/4G LTE Android Camera. billed as the world’s first interchangeable lens equipped with 3G/4G LTE radios, the GALAXY NX is compatible with the firm’s other NX cameras’ lenses. its 20.3MP APS-C sensor is paired with the DRIMe IV image Signal processor, with a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as the main driving force behind the system. moving on, there’s the Samsung made Advanced Hybrid Auto Focus System with 1/6000 sec shutter speed that’s capable of shooting at 8.6 fps, which much pretty much covers this Android camera’s imaging capability.
other hard and soft aspects include a huge 4.8″ HD TFT LCD monitor, ISO up to 25,600, built-in pop-up flash, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage – expandable via microSD card slot (like most Sammy mobile devices, it supports up to 64GB), plus the usual GALAXY/smartphone suite of connectivity and sensors, including dual band WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS (A-GPS + GLONASS), accelerometer, geomagnetic, gyroscopes, as well as proximity and RGB light sensors. it will come pack with a 4,360 mAh, though there’s no claimed battery performance to go with it at this point. additionally, it has familiar software features such as S Voice, S Translator, Google suite of services (yes, Gmail too!) and more. arriving this Summer – likely to UK customers first, but pricing is yet to be announced. click past the jump for a few more look.