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Published On: Sun, Nov 18th, 2012

Pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy Camera begun in India

The pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy Camera have been started on e-store of Samsung India. The device is based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and is powered with 16 megapixel camera.

Samsung India demands Rs. 3,000 for booking the Galaxy Camera and rest of the amount will have to be offered after the launch of this device. It is packed with 16GB microSD card for which Samsung is providing for free to owners who are participating in pre-orders from its website. However, there is no cash on delivery for this gadget, but will send emails to owners who booked this camera in advance. This email will be a notification signifying the availability of this device. If owners don’t make payment within three days of the its availability then they won’t get the free 16GB memory card. Despite this, if owners not make full payment within 15 days of its launch then their advance payment (Rs 3,000) will not be returned.

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Samsung has used same methodology for other devices during their pre-orders – Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 800 and Galaxy SIII. This new Galaxy Camera features a 4.8 inches of touch display, numerous apps and Google Play marketplace. The device also runs on a powerful 1.4 GHz quad-core processor and comes with 1 GB RAM. With better performance, the device also supports long time run for which a supportive 1,650 mAh battery has been used. Moreover, this gadget also supports SIM-card for 3G usage and Wi-Fi. So, users can enjoy a camera and can also enjoy sharing photos and videos with their friends.

The camera features BSI CMOS sensor with a digital touch and 21x optical zoom. Optical image stabilization and auto-focus make this camera much more functional and appealing. It contains multi, centre and face detection technology. Not only this, the gadget also features some of the unique features that include Photo Wizard, Paper Artist, S-Suggest, AllShare Play, Video Editor, Dropbox, Instagram, and S-Voice.

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