ANDROID FOR SAMSUNG CAMERAS NOW, WHAT’S NEXT?

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Samsung, the Korean multi-billion dollar firm is certainly batting a hundred in the technology market. Who would have ever thought that Samsung would beat Apple and their ties will seem to be so difficult to clarify. To add more competition in the market, Samsung has now started to preach the Android technology for its cameras, giving Nikon a slap in the face.
However, it is true that Samsung will have to introduce such powerful and staunch cameras which would also cast turmoil for Canon which is the profound love for photographers, though; the latter has no relationship with Android.
Galaxy Camera EK-GC100
Features:
Samsung introduced the Galaxy EK-GC100 in mid 2012 which undoubtedly poses as a threat to Nikon’s own Android featured camera, the Nikon S800C. The Galaxy EK-GC100 has a wide-angle 28mm lens, a 1/2.3″ 16 megapixel CMOS Sensor and a 21X Optical Zoom. The camera is capable of producing HD videos streaming on a 4.8 inched touch screen.
NIKON AND SAMSUNG: ANOTHER TOUGH TIE
In contrast to Nikon S800C, the Galaxy Camera EK-GC100 may appear to be quite flamboyant in the technical area, of course. The latter runs on a spectacular and the latest Android technology, embedding the Android 4.1 JellyBean under its operative system. Also, the Galaxy Camera may peruse the access of Google playstore accompanied with a 1 GHz quad-core processor which is not so unique in terms of Android technology.
As this has been the first Android camera powered by Samsung, future has it that Samsung will acknowledge the technology background and may pursue to cast a halt on most of the unkempt android phones in the market.