Samsung Galaxy Camera up for pre-order in India
Users can pre-book the Galaxy Camera by paying an advance of Rs 3000 only.
New Delhi: The voice-controlled Android camera from Samsung named "Galaxy Camera" is now up for pre-order on the Samsung India e-store. Users can pre-book the Galaxy Camera by paying an advance of Rs 3000 only. According to the company, those who pre-book will also get free 16 GB Micro SD Card along with the camera.
"At the time of launch, an email will be exclusively sent to customers who have pre-booked their Galaxy Camera on the eStore, informing them of the availability of the Galaxy Camera," said Samsung, adding, "The product will be dispatched, on a first-come first-served basis to the customers who complete the purchase of the product." A pre-booking order cannot be cancelled once placed. The official price of the camera has not yet been announced, but the camera is available in USA for $499.99.
Samsung's Galaxy camera has a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD screen. The Voice Control option allows users to control a number of functions such as 'Zoom in' and 'Shoot' through voice. The camera runs Google's Android 4.1 operating system (Jelly Bean).
Weighing 300g, the camera comes packed with a 1,650mAh battery. it can support microSD card up to 64GB. It is armed with a 1.4GHz Quad-Core processor.
The South Korean electronics giant presented the 16-megapixel Galaxy Camera at this year's IFA tech show in Berlin.
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