Samsung Galaxy K Zoom officially presented the new camera phone

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Samsung has officially unveiled the new addition to its lineup of smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy K zoom camera with 20.7 megapixels and 10x optical zoom was revealed a few days ago to Singapore.


SmartphoneSamsung continues relentlessly to expand its main range of smartphones, the Galaxy line, which is now a new member. Soon we will discover a new flagship “rugged”, a compact and perhaps a variant premium but now is the time of the camera phone. After the new top of the range Samsung Galaxy S5 the Korean giant unveiled the first variant, the Zoom Samsung Galaxy K, which is obviously based its bid on the excellent photographic capabilities.

As previously announced and as promised in the last days of a teaser, Samsung has finally brought to light the Galaxy Zoom K during the event titled “Capture the Moment” that took place a few hours ago at the Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore.

I am not really miss the revelations about the Galaxy K Zoom and many of the technical details already knew them nevertheless the Korean manufacturer has revealed some interesting additional feature.

The new camera phone picks up the concepts of the Galaxy S4 Zoom and Camera Galaxy Samsung ensures that even if this is not just a camera that connects to the Internet. The Galaxy K Zoom houses a sensor CMOS 1/2.3 inch and 20.7-megapixel allocated a total shell thickness of 20.2 millimeters. A device for slender therefore nothing but for a good motivation.

Compared to the Galaxy S5 software for the camera has been updated with some manual control and various shooting modes. The functionality Selfie Alarm seems rather curious and allows you to take full advantage of the capabilities of the rear camera for composing self-portraits of great quality.

Other technical specifications include a display of 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD, processor Hexa-core 1.3GHz Quad-Core + 1.7GHz Dual-Core, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory expandable via microSD, battery 2430mAh and Android 4.4 Jelly Bean.

 

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