Samsung has confirmed that it will be the successor to the Galaxy Camera, further showing its physical appearance and specifications. It will remain Android device, but more powerful, with more filters and Near Field Communication (NFC).
The new Galaxy Camera has no release date yet, but certainly present in the CES 2014 exhibition which starts in Las Vegas (USA) on Monday, January 6. The camera specifications have grown regarding the Galaxy Camera launched in late 2012, but the jump is not huge.
Samsung may be more affordable, since the price was one of the Achilles heels of the first model. The Galaxy Camera 2 will come with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, quadcore processor at 1.6 GHz, with compared to the previous 1.4 Ghz, and double the RAM memory (2GB vs. 1GB of the first).
The battery has also grown, albeit very slightly, from 1650-2000 mAh. Not vary the optical zoom, which will remain 21x, and the maximum frame rate for video in slow motion, which remains 120 fps. The design is sleek and slightly rounded, with what reminds the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom.
It will have a 4.8-inch touch screen that will allow press to focus and control exposure. On the other hand, a spokesman of Samsung has advanced that have doubled the number of intelligent filters and that Galaxy Camera 2 will have NFC.