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The Android-running Galaxy NX gets a UK pricetag

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The Galaxy NX has a 23.5mm x 15.7mm CMOS sensor that captures 20.3-megapixel photos.

UK pricing has been announced for the Galaxy NX: Samsung's Android-powered 20.3MP mirrorless camera will be available  for £1299.99 with a kit lens.

Announced in June, the Galaxy NX is the first mirrorless system camera powered by Google's Android OS (version 4.2 Jelly Bean), and also the first to offer a Raw file format. It has a 23.5mm x 15.7mm CMOS sensor, along with Wi-Fi and 3G/4G LTE capability. The Galaxy NX combines the design of Samsung's NX20 mirrorless camera with camera components of the newer NX300. The specification of the smartphone components, such as processor speed and screen size and resolution, look very similar to Samsung's 2012 model Galaxy S3 and are not quite on the level of the latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S4

What do you think? Is the Galaxy NX worth the price?

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Total comments: 3
Menneisyys
By Menneisyys (9 months ago)

Freaking expensive... Wanted to purchase it because of the flexibility and programmablity but definitely not at that price.

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WillowemocWorks
By WillowemocWorks (9 months ago)

good only if you can make a phone call. does it ?
I have always wanted a camera that makes calls instead of a phone that takes photos !

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PhotoKhan
By PhotoKhan (9 months ago)

Would love to see that lens stuck to an hear, that's for sure.

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