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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 with 1.6 GHz Quad Core and Android 4.3 Announced

Samsung will show case android based Samsung Galaxy Camera 2, at CES next week. The Successor of Samsung Galaxy Camera, launched in 2012, sports a better Android version and bigger battery. The camera also feature faux leather affect at the front, which we saw in Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 recently.


The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 will have the same 16.3 MP , 1/ 2.3 inch BSI CMOS sensor along with same F/2.8 – 5.9 aperture, 23 mm wide 21 x lens. The LCD screen display also remains same with 4.8-inch, HD Super Clear Touch LCD Screen.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 is powered by slightly faster 1.6 GHz quad core processor backed by 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage which can be extended up to 64 GB. On the software front this camera comes with Android 4.3 operating system and latest version of TouchWiz UI on top of it.


The battery capacity is 2000 mAh and connectivity features include Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC and Bluetooth. The “Tag and Go” feature lets you connect this camera easily with your smartphone using NFC. The camera is capable of shooting 1080p HD videos at up to 30 fps. The new “Multi Motion” feature allows you to alter the frame rate to give slow motion and other special effects. Sensors included are Accelerometer, Geo- Magnetic and 2 Gyro –Sensor one for OIS.

Based on the spec sheet, the camera part of the Galaxy Camera 2 remains mostly unchanged, but there has been an upgrade to the internals. This next generation galaxy camera will be showcased at CES next week, but there is no word on the pricing yet.


Model Samsung Galaxy Camera 2
Display 4.8-inch, HD Super Clear Touch LCD
Processor 1.6 GHz Quad Core
Internal Storage 8 GB, Extendable
OS Android 4.3 Jelly bean with TouchWiz on top
Camera Sensor 16.3 MP, 1/ 2.3 inch BSI CMOS sensor
Camera Lens 21x Optical Zoom Lens, 23 mm Wide angle, F/ 2.8
Battery 2000 mAh
Price To be Announced

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