Samsung announced the availability of its Galaxy NX digital camera for two of its important markets – South Korea and United States. The camera is expected in few weeks in South Korea but Americans will be able to buy it in October. Galaxy NX is Samsung’s first interchangeable lens camera that runs Android OS and includes powerful hardware like 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 4.8-inch HD display, LTE support (Korea only), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, microSD card slot and 4360mAh battery. Samsung has also integrated software features like Samsung Link, ChatON, S Voice, S Translator, Group Play,Trip Advisor, Photo Suggest and more.
Photography-wise, the Galaxy NX comes with a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor support, ISO sensitivity up to 25,600, 8.6fps continuous shooting, full HD 1080p video capture, 2D/3D lens support, i-Function lensSMART modes, RAW image support, HDMI 1.4a and full HD video recording.
Samsung will sell the Galaxy NX with 18-55mm lens in Korea for 1.8m won while US customers will get the camera for $1,599.99 for body-only or $1,699.99 with an 18-55mm lens.