Thursday, December 13, 2012

World's first connected camera hits Nigeria next week

Samsung Galaxy Camera front view

 
Samsung Galaxy Camera back view


Two hot products, namely Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini and Samsung Galaxy Camera, touted as the world's first truly connected camera, are expected to be available on the shelf by next week, Samsung execs said today in Lagos.

Samsung Electronics West Africa topshots gave the indication at a breakfast meeting with newsmen in Lagos today in Lagos.

Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa (SEWA), Mr. Brovo Kim said:

“Already, we have two brilliant products that will positively impact the market in 2013: namely, our Galaxy Camera which combines high performance photography functionality with the latest Android 4.1 platform, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini, which promises unending thrill for tech-savvy fashion leaders who desire a mobile device with maximum features in a compact, rounded package,” Kim said.

Samsung Business Head, Hand Held Products, Mr. Emmanouil Revmatas, Business Leader, Hand Held Products, Mr. Daesong Na and other Samsung officials took time to demo some of the features of the products to newsmen.

Galaxy Camera is touted as the world’s first connected camera. It connects directly to 3G and Wi-Fi networks, revolutionizing the way digital camera content is created and shared. It comes with Cloud support and group sharing apps, variable camera lenses and photo settings, editing tools and visual effects, full high definition video with slow-motion capability and a huge 4.8” high definition super clear touch display to view, edit and enjoy the images captured or recorded.

The Samsung camera AllShare, Share Shot application allows consumers to automatically save photos the instant they are taken and users can share at the same time as they shoot them. Users can also connect to a range of Galaxy devices including the Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note II for effortless and automatic sharing of pictures across the Galaxy family.

The Galaxy S III mini on its part is Galaxy S III in a smaller package and more organic design. It is powered by Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), the latest version of the world’s most popular smartphone operating system.

Jelly Bean has fast, fluid and smooth graphics along with a new Google Search experience featuring Google Now.

 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to lay my hands on that camera!

Anonymous said...

wonderful.