Samsung introduces new Galaxy Camera

BY: Enoch Darfah Frimpong

A global electronics company Samsung, has introduced into the Ghanaian market, its latest camera christened the “Galaxy Camera”.

The professional camera combines the features of a smart phone with high performance photography using the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform, and a choice of a 3G, 4G or wireless connectivity.

The introduction of the new device, which enables users to send and receive emails, is a move that reaffirms the company’s position as the market leader in innovative technological devices.

The camera also comes with exciting features such as a Sim card slot and a Smart Pro’ technology which allows users to choose from series of preset scenario options which automatically adjusts the camera’s settings in order to capture the perfect photo.

According to the Business Head for Hand-Held Products at Samsung, Jaspreet Singh, “The super versatile device allows users to shoot and share high quality photographs and video spontaneously from anywhere and anytime using the easy-to-navigate menu system that gives stunning clarity, and allows them to edit and share their photos instantly sacrificing picture quality”. 

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He said ‘our customers are at the heart of the design of the Samsung Galaxy camera; we know that our customers love to capture high quality memorable, historic and fun moments they have every day,  and be able to share them instantly with loved ones”.

Mr Singh explained that, “that is why this device comes with fun features such as the ‘Smart Content Manager’, an innovative on-device organisation tool which intelligently creates folders, tags faces, and even suggests which pictures to delete when they do not come out as desired”.

He said the camera also featured a comprehensive set of 35 powerful photo editing features through the ‘Photo Wizard’ and Movie Wizard’, which allowed users to make professional quality edits on the go, in addition to creating and editing expert-quality videos easily with the touch screen.

Mr Singh said once the images had been taken, the convenient ‘Auto Upload’ feature automatically saves and stores precious photos into the cloud via Samsung’s ‘AllShare’ tool.

The ‘Share Shot’ feature, he said, also allowed images to be shared instantly with users able to share photos at the same time they shot.

He said “evidently, the Samsung Galaxy camera has broken frontiers in photography; like all our other hand-held devices, this will complement and enrich the lively lifestyles and tastes of our customers.”

Story by Charles Benoni Okine