Galaxy NX Official, Ships with LTE and Android 4.2

Detailed to death in older articles, Samsung's Galaxy NX was made official at Samsung Premier 2013, in London. The Android-powered mirrorless interchangeable lens camera is confirmed to ship with 4G LTE support, and a bigger screen than we thought it had.

For starters, the camera is driven by a 1.60 GHz quad-core SoC of an unknown make. No known Exynos fare strikes the description, leading us to believe, Samsung may have fallen back to Snapdragon S4 Pro, which isn't underpowered for such a device. It features a large 4.8-inch HD (1280 x 720 pixels) screen, a 3G and 4G LTE-capable soft-modem, a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, a shutter-speed of 1/6,000 sec, and the ability to burst-shoot at 8.6 fps. The underlying Android 4.2.2 interface is loaded with imaging and video-capture apps. As always, you have the power of Google Play, and access to even more apps for it.

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Source Engadget
Topics Samsung, LTE, Android 4.2, DSLR, Mirrorless, Galaxy NX
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