Samsung Galaxy NX, an Interchangeable Lens Camera with LTE connectivity will be launching in US on AT&T, according to the FCC data reveals the device carrying AT&T capable LTE and HSPA connectivity.
Last August, Samsung announced that the Galaxy NX mirrorless camera with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 will be available in US in October, before the holiday shopping season and the price tag is held at a huge $1699 for the camera bundled with an 18-55mm lens. But the company never revealed that to which carrier it goes to. However, the October is almost came to end and still there is no clue of the exact release date. This FCC approval could bring the device to the stores soon.
Samsung Galaxy NX Specifications:
Galaxy NX, an Android ILC can capture at 8.6 fps along with a hybrid autofocus system, a Quad-core Pega-Q 1.6GHz processor, 4.8-inch LCD screen all made by Samsung. The company’s previous NX camera had a 20.3-megapixel DSL-class camera with APS-C CMOS image sensors, where Galaxy NX comes with the above sensors with DRIMe IV image processor and ISO settings from 100 to 25,600 suggests that Samsung is getting serious about the photography rather than only focusing on smartphone cameras. This mirrorless shooter can be compatible with the other 13 NX lenses available in the market.
Galaxy NX already in UK’s stores from last July and priced at £1,299 (approximately $2,000 in US). Would you like to go for the new-gen camera or still want to stick to your DSLR?