/// The Galaxy Camera: A Better Android-Based Camera, but a Big Commitment 


November 26, 2012  |  All Things Digital


Would you pay $500 dollars for a high-quality digital camera that’s always connected to the Internet? What if it meant paying another wireless bill or monthly fee? With its new Android-based Galaxy Camera , Samsung is gambling that Web-crazed consumers will want to take on these commitments for the chance to share photos whenever they want. The idea of marrying a Google Android mobile operating system with a digital camera is not entirely new. Nikon has done it, Polaroid plans to do it, and now Samsung has introduced this camera. The Samsung Galaxy Camera has some distinct advantages over its main competitor, the $300 Nikon Coolpix S800c. It has better hardware and is running the newest Android OS, Jelly Bean.

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