Just a few hours ago we told you about the Galaxy NX Camera from Samsung that is basically a full-sized DSLR with changeable lens running Android 4.2.2. It's also expected to be announced at Samsung's June 20th event in London. Well now some press images of the camera have leaked out. And do indeed show Android running on this camera. It's definitely got some people excited for June 20th.
Samsung's NX line is their high-end camera line. It looks like on June 20th, Samsung will be merging their NX line with their Galaxy Camera. We have several images of this device, as you can see throughout this post. This would be a huge upgrade over the Galaxy Camera which many of us have used and love.
Of course, all the details aren't known yet. But this leaker says that the camera will have an APS-C 20.3MP sensor on board. Which does conflict with earlier reports of a 20.9MP sensor. As expected it'll record at least 1080p video, perhaps 4K as well? We're also hearing from leakers that it'll have an ISO range up to 25,600. Which gives a whole new meaning to "low light photography". Remember this is all with Android 4.2.2 on board.
Don't expect the Galaxy NX Camera to have a huge display like the Galaxy Camera, but it'll probably have around a 4.8-inch 720p display or perhaps closer to a 4.3-inch display. We're also expecting it to sport a Exynos 4 quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM with 8-16GB of internal storage. Of course there will be a SD card slot. Probably a full-sized SD card too.
According to the images we have, it appears to be pretty similar to most DSLR's with the dial on top for quick setting tweaks, your flash, and changeable lens. It'll also have at least 3 different lens you can use. I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm definitely getting excited for June 20th.