If you're looking for a camera that can do much more than just take a few photos, check out Samsung's latest offering - the Android-powered Galaxy Camera 2. It's a successor to the seemingly popular Galaxy Camera, which was first revealed in August, 2012. The Galaxy Camera 2 offers slightly upgraded specs, newer version of the operating system and cleaner design.
Just like its predecessor, the Galaxy Camera 2 sports a 16-megapixel sensor with a 21x optical zoom and OIS, however the aperture is now f/2.8 instead of f/4.1. It also has a 4.8-inch high-definition touch screen, quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a large 2000 mAh battery. Fortunately, there's a microSD card slot to make up for a rather disappointing 8GB of on-board storage.
As for the software, the camera is running heavily skinned Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with the usual array of Samsung's features and Google services. The operating systems allows users to download and install thousands of advanced photo editing apps as well as music players, internet browsers, games, and others.
Samsung did not spill the beans on the release date and timing, but we expect the device to arrive in the second of third quarter of this year.