Just yesterday, Samsung confirmed they will reveal a new Samsung Galaxy Camera at their upcoming Premiere 2013 event in London. So for photography buffs, should you be excited? Let’s just say that if you were even slightly impressed with the Samsung Galaxy Camera, you’re going to be blown away by the Samsung Galaxy NX Camera.
The latest next-gen Galaxy camera details (including press images) were first spotted on the site Tinhte. Based on the leaked details, we now know the camera will be called the Samsung Galaxy NX, we also can see that it is clearly in a different league from the more casual Samsung Galaxy Camera.
For those that aren’t aware, the NX line is currently Samsung’s high-end camera series. The mirrorless Galaxy NX plans to take everything we know and love about NX cameras, and blend it with smart features powered by Android.
Outside of running on Google’s OS, the Galaxy NX is also rumored to pack a 20.3MP APS-C sensor, can record in 1080p HD, and will have an ISO range of up to 25,600. It will also support interchangeable lenses.
While the Samsung Galaxy NX sounds amazing, let’s remember that this is still unconfirmed news. Official looking press shots and previous gossip about a Galaxy NX certainly lend credence to this rumor, but just be careful not to get your hopes up until we learn more.
Luckily, Samsung’s reveal event is only a week away now, so we don’t have to wait long to get the rest of the juicy details. What do you think, would you like to get your hands on the Galaxy NX, or would you rather stick to traditional cameras such as those in the non-Android NX series?