Samsung’s Galaxy Camera looks like a standard point-and-shoot but hides a full Android handset within. The Camera sports a quad-core SoC, has a big 4.8-inch display, and cellular data connectivity for sharing pics and backing-up to the cloud. On the imaging side, it has a 21x optical zoom lens, a 16-megapixel sensor, and can record slow-motion video at an impressive 120 frames per second.
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