Even though the Galaxy Camera wasn’t able to prove much, the Nokia Lumia 1020 did. It wasn’t that the Galaxy Camera didn’t have a market; it was simply the fact that it wasn’t a better camera than most of the smartphones of its time once you compared the resulting photographs. Samsung obviously took notice, and we saw them take a stab at a better job with the Galaxy S4 Zoom, which we’d gladly call a “Galaxy S4 mini Zoom” instead, since it resembles the Galaxy S4 mini a lot more than its more-powerful sibling.
Those of you interested in getting this device in the United States will be happy to know that we’ve got the first leaks that hint the camera-smartphone to reach AT&T. We’re expecting that AT&T won’t tweak it’s 16-megapixel power with too much bloatware, but that’s hard to predict. Still, this wasn’t such a bad camera for its compromise in size, so make sure you read our full review on it to help you decide if it’s worth waiting for this holiday season.