The Samsung NV10 has the highest megapixel count in their new NV-Series cameras, which are point-and-shooters with a thin and stylish case. What's different about this camera is the context-sensitive menu that's always on screen, instead of a menu that you have to access with a button. Depending on what mode is active, you'll see different options for the buttons, which are always displayed to give you a quick look at what you can do.
The body itself is solid, but the requires some manual cajiggering of the ISO speeds to account for poor lighting—something not for amateurs. There's a large manual that seems to be mandatory for beginners to read if they want to get the most out of the camera, but after that, everything is pretty easy to use. Available all over the place for $349.
Samsung NV10 Review [Photography Blog]