Not everyone's sold on Samsung's Android-powered camera experiment, but for those who are, you can grab one for a cool $30 off. The international 3G version of the Galaxy Camera is the latest gadget to get its time in the spotlight of , going for $469.99, $30 off the price you'll pay in most stores and even more off of . Unlike most of the discounted 3G devices out there, this one 't require a contract (since the Galaxy Camera is sold without one anyway) but you'll need your own active SIM card to take advantage of that mobile connection.
Our own review of the AT&T version of the Galaxy Camera was surprisingly favorable, though it's expensive and certainly not for everyone. Your money gets you 16 megapixels, 21x zoom, 8GB of internal storage and a MicroSD card slot. Oh, and as far as the Android side of things go, you get a respectable 4.8-inch 720p LCD screen, an Exynos quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and Android 4.1 with (naturally) Samsung's TouchWiz and various camera-centric apps running on top of it. That makes a pretty decent Android device (if not a $500 one) without the extra features to make it a solid point-and-shoot camera on top of everything.
Shipping to the US is free, and worldwide shipping is available. You can have any color you want, as long as you want black or white. As usual, the deal is limited by supplies, so hop on it if you want an Android-powered camera.