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.
Pocketnow Weekly 056: two hours of your tech questions, answered
For episode 056 of the Pocketnow Weekly mobile technology podcast, five guys distill a month of listener mail into a 2-hour onslaught of knowledge-dropping.
Rumor & speculation has taken no time to rest between CES and MWC. Join us for informal, yet informative, talk on the hottest smartphone & tablet rumors, from Samsung’s Galaxy S IV and Note 8.0, to HTC’s M7 and beyond.
From Apple’s rumored iOS-based Smart Watch to the Motorola “X” project to the Samsung Galaxy Camera and beyond, we cover it on the Pocketnow Weekly. Listen for these topics, as well as bronze-iPad Mini chat, and much more, in our last podcast of 2012!
Samsung’s Galaxy brand represents the cream of its Android tablet and smartphone products – and also the lowest reaches of its mobile technology. Read on to see why “Galaxy” might become the next “Droid,” and why that’s a bad thing.
The Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, Episode 008: Live from IFA in Berlin!
Join us for the latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly, straight from IFA 2012 in Berlin. On the talk list: the Galaxy Note II, Ativ and Xperia tablet and smartphone lines, HP’s new Envy X2, and a whole lot of bratwurst.