If you really want Samsung's Galaxy Camera (our review), but aren't into the idea of being tied down to a carrier so you can take pictures, it's your lucky day. The company just announced the Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi, which quite frankly makes a whole lot more sense, anyway.


Essentially, the Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi is exactly like its cellular-connected counterpart in terms of pure spec (and aesthetics):

  • Image Sensor: 16.3 effective megapixel 1/2.3" BSI CMOS
  • Lens: 21x Optical Zoom Lens, 23 mm Wide Angle, F2.8 (W) ~ 5.9(T)
  • IS: OIS
  • Display: 121.2 mm (4.8"), 308 ppi, HD Super Clear Touch Display
  • ISO: Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
  • Processor: 1.4GHz quad-core processor
  • OS: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • Memory: 8GB (including read-only sections such as Android operating system) + memory slot : micro SDSC, micro SDHC, micro SDXC)
  • Image: JPEG format  16M, 14M, 12M Wide, 10M, 5M, 3M, 2M Wide, 1M
  • Video: MP4 (Video: MPEG4, AVC/H.264, Audio: AAC); Full HD 1920x1080 30fps; Slow motion Movie 768x512 120fps
  • Connectivity: WiFi a/b/g/n, WiFi HT40; GPS, GLONASS; Bluetooth 4.0
  • Battery: 1,650 mAh
  • Dimensions: 128.7 x 70.8 x 19.1 mm
  • Weight: 300g

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Unfortunately, there's no word on pricing or availability, despite the fact that the PR states that the device is being "launched today."

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Cameron Summerson
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  • Danny Holyoake

    I hope it's £20.

  • Kenny O

    Much more appealing to have a wifi only version, should be a lot better pricing without the cellular radio.

  • bobbutts

    Looking forward to an interchangeable lens system Camera with Android. Would love to see a Nexus.

  • daas88

    Excuse my ignorance, but is it really necessary a quad-core processor for a cámera? My guess is it's for hd video, but cheaper processors can probably handle that.

    • http://twitter.com/ericcamil Eric Camil Jr

      I don't see a reason on limiting the processor since it runs apps and shoots in HD. The last thing I'd want to see on a "smart" camera is latency.

    • PCSievers

      That is probably the same 1.4 GHz quad core they use in the S3 so they will be getting huge economies of scale using it instead of some duel core. If there is a saving it probably isnt much and that is a big IF too.

  • http://twitter.com/krismo5 krismo

    The future for point and shoots is phones with 1" or larger sensors, high pixel-binning ratio and OIS. Not these $400 cameras with Android that aren't even that good. Make more phones like the Pureview 808!

  • http://www.npike.net/ NPike

    Dang! I literally just bought the AT&T version of this camera yesterday!