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Submitted by mpctips 1154d ago | news

Samsung's 4G LTE Galaxy Camera with Jelly Bean Lands at Verizon on December 13

Maximum PC: Mark you calendars if you're interested in owning what Samsung claims is the world's first 4G LTE camera on Big Red. Otherwise known as the Galaxy Camera, Samsung's Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-powered point-and-shoot will be available at Verizon Wireless on December 13 for $550. That's low-end DSLR territory, but is it worth it? Let's have a look at some of the features the Galaxy Camera brings to the table. (Android 4.1, jelly bean, Camera, Photo, Samsung, Verizon)

newsguy  +   1155d ago
Whoa. And here I thought cameras were going the way of the dodo.
fatstarr  +   1153d ago
I know I came up with this idea a while back lol
Samsung is on this site, I know it.
Crazay  +   1153d ago
My only question about this is "Why"?

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