After our review, the Galaxy Camera may not be high on your wishlist this holiday season, but if you're set on Samsung's smartphone-meet-camera mashup, and AT&T's HSPA+ version isn't quick enough for your fast-paced shutterbug lifestyle, you may be in luck: it looks like the Verizon Galaxy Camera is for real.


A Samsung product page appears to have inadvertently gone live for the device (model EK-GC120), boasting Verizon's 4G LTE connectivity, along with everything else the standard Galaxy Camera does. Pricing isn't available, but we wouldn't be surprised to see Verizon's edition sporting the same $500 entry fee as its AT&T sibling.

Availability remains unknown, but given that this page went live, we'd expect "pretty soon" is a good bet.

Samsung via The Verge

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  • Dima Aryeh

    I feel like the addition of LTE would kill battery a LOT quicker, and battery life already isn't great for the GCam. Though Verizon 3G is nowhere near good enough for it, obviously, so that might be why. But the AT&T model having HSPA+ was a good call.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1312291338 Tim Miller

    So is the Verizon logo on the button? Or is it just imprinted as a watermark on every photo you take?...

  • supresmooth

    Is it a phamera?