Samsung Galaxy NX mirror-less Android camera revealed
After the confirmation regarding the launch of an Android-powered mirror-less camera on June 20, the first press shots as well as a live image of this camera has leaked online. If these images are indeed authentic, Samsung is taking a big leap from the original Galaxy Camera to its successor, allegedly called Samsung Galaxy NX.
According to the new information, Samsung Galaxy NX EK-GN120 will feature a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and be running on Android 4.2. It will reportedly support ISO sensitivity through 25,600 and 1080p video capture. As per UAProf file hosted on Samsung’s service, the display is likely be qHD.
The internals are not clear at this moment, but as per rumours, Galaxy NX will pack Samsung’s Exynos 4 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 8 / 16 GB of internal storage. In other details, the camera will at least have three compatible NX lens options (18-55m, 18-200mm, and 85-??), which are also visible in the following leaked press shot.
As we can see in the images, the camera will be closer to a DSLR in size with large touchscreen display covering the whole back of the device. In terms of hardware controls, we can see shutter release, video capture button, top-mounted dial, pop-up flash release, lens release.
Apart from this, one live of the camera has also been leaked online. Check it out below along with one more press shot.