Samsung's half-phone, half-camera hybrid the Galaxy K Zoom will go on sale in the UK tomorrow, Saturday May 31. The initial launch will take place at Samsung's own network of 'experience stores' across the country, as well as Carphone Warehouse outlets. There's no word on wider availability just yet.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 23 May 2014 6:41 am
Samsung's latest camera-centric smartphone, the Galaxy K Zoom, is now available for pre-order in the UK via Samsung's official e-store. The website lists that all pre-orders will begin shipping from May 29.
Samsung has posted a use case video for their Galaxy K Zoom smartphone-camera hybrid. The video features a woman using her Galaxy K Zoom in many different scenarios, like taking a picture on a sunny day or in low light. The video also highlights the device's specs, particularly the camera sensor and its 10x optical zoom.
The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom is a smartphone-camera hybrid device that follows in the footsteps of its previous hybrid device, the Galaxy S4 Zoom. Just like its predecessor, the Galaxy K Zoom walks the line between a traditional smartphone and its smart, Android-powered cameras such as the Galaxy Camera 2.
Announced in April 2014, the Galaxy K Zoom from the front looks very similar to the Galaxy S5...
The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom is part smartphone, part camera — and one hell of an interesting product. It's got a 20.7-megapixel sensor sitting atop a 4.8-inch smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat. It's got all the connectivity you'd expect in a modern device. And while it departs a bit from your typical smartphone design — mainly because it's got a rather large (by most smartphone standards,...
Part Galaxy smartphone, with a whole lot of camera (and 10x optical zoom!) added on
Samsung Electronics UK today has announced the Galaxy K Zoom, a new "Camera-Specialized Smartphone" that sports a 20-megapixel sensor on a 4.8-inch smartphone body.
This is an Android-based system, running Android 4.4 KitKat. Samsung's got a suite of custom software on board as well, including a "lite" version...
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