It's been more than a year since Samsung released its Android powered Galaxy Camera. And despite our initial skepticism, we were actually impressed that the merger of a mobile device and point-and-shoot camera was so well executed. The weird thing was wonderful, and according to Samsung, it sold pretty well! Which is…
"Android camera." It doesn't even sound like a real thing. That's why the Samsung Galaxy Camera could easily have been a nonsense concept—two desirable things hurled together in hopes that the result will be a revolutionary hybrid, and not a catastrophe.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera comes to Verizon on December 13th for $550. That's 50 bucks more than on AT&T.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera, that bizarre Android Frankenstein cam we love to love, is going to be hitting store shelves this Friday, November 16th for a whopping $500.
We've been excited about the Samsung Galaxy Camera since it was announced back in August. We saw the weird/brilliant mashup of a Jelly Bean-running Galaxy S III with a point-and-shoot camera in action last month, and it looked like a winning combination. Well, Samsung has just answered a few of the remaining question…
Last month, Samsung showed us a glimpse of its Galaxy Camera: A weird and wonderful mashup of the Samsung Galaxy S III and a long-zoom point-and-shoot. Now, we've finally seen one of the first on American soil. Oh please, Samsung figure out how to bring this camera to America.
If you've had your eyes on the new Samsung Galaxy Note II, or have been pining for the Samsung Galaxy Camera, they just got a little more appealing. Dropbox will be offering a free 50GB account to anyone who buys either of those devices.
You'll be forgiven for not paying too much attention to IFA, a giant tech conference taking place this week in Berlin. There have been some fine spectacles so far—84-inch, 4k TV anyone?—but for the most part, you're not missing much.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is the company's latest answer to the great connected camera problem brought on by smartphones. How do you make the perfect Wi-Fi camera? Give it a data plan.