Samsung has taken to promoting its Galaxy NX Android smart camera through an ingenious campaign. The company teamed up with Getty Images, the stock photo agency, to let amateur photographers shoot exclusive events from a distance
Samsung Galaxy NX on its way to the U.S. this October, will cost $1,699
Part of their recent focus on higher end cameras brought us the Galaxy NX, the first DSLR running Android. Impressive specs like 3G/4G LTE radios and 1/6000 shutter speed promised a great device with functionality like we’ve never seen, but also hinted at a higher price tag than we were hoping for.
Android Authority On Air – Episode 69 – Galaxy Note 8 Giveaway and more
This week on Android Authority On Air, not only did we celebrate episode 69 (insert joke here) with some awesome news about Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 800 processor, we announced our Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 giveaway. All this and more on Android Authority On Air, the original Android Hangout show on Google+.
Samsung Galaxy NX camera official: runs Android, comes with interchangeable lens powers
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