Samsung Galaxy NX hands-on by Imaging Resource
Samsung just announced the Galaxy NX camera which runs entirely on Android Jelly Bean (4.2.2) operating system. To put it in an easy way this is a 4.8-inch LCD Galaxy smartphone with NX mount, grip and viewfinder around it. It is the first camera built on the idea of full connectivity and Android APP support. A couple of hands-on articles can be read at Photocomment, Digitalcamerainfo, dpreview, engadget, digitalcamerareview and at Imaging Resource.
Why should we care about it? I honestly don’t know if this is the future of cameras. But it may be that more manufacturers will follow Samsung’s path. IN theory these kind of cameras gives you access to a huge potential of photo apps you can use with it. So let SRA readers know what you think about it by commenting this post and voting that poll: