Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom unboxing

With the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Zoom, we are concluding our series of reviewing the phones that Samsung introduced at its London Premiere event. If you missed our Galaxy S 4 Active and Galaxy S 4 mini reviews, click on the links to catch up. While Samsung is marketing this as a phone with a camera, due to its looks, many are considering it the other way around: a camera with a phone. If it matters to you, we’ll let you know what we think of it in our upcoming review. Until then, check out the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom unboxing embedded below!

For those that missed it, let’s recap the specs: there’s a 4.3-inch sAMOLED screen with qHD resolution (960 x 540), 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (five usable, of course, expandable), a 16-megapixel main camera on the back with x10 Optical Zoom (24-240mm, F3.1-F6.3), 1.9-Megapixel webcam camera, 2,330mAh battery, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz on top of it. Other specs include WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, as well as a 3G and LTE capable radio. The camera supports ISO modes of up to 3200, and the flash is Xenon Flash.

One might say that the Galaxy S 4 Zoom is more like a Galaxy S 4 mini with a huge camera, rather than a Galaxy S4, because of the specs, which are almost identical with the mini. More on that, in our upcoming videos and the review itself.

As always, we want to thank the good folks at for supplying us with the review unit!

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