Samsung intros Wi-Fi only Galaxy Cam

Maybe not everyone wants to realize pay a monthly fee for a data camera point-and-shoot, Samsung today announced a Wi-Fi version only his camera Galaxy Android.

Or, maybe that was the plan all along, since Samsung announced a full range of Wi-Fi smart cameras at CES 2013, including a junior version of the Galaxy, the WB250F. (Many recording functions of the camera appear on the Galaxy WB250F, too, but it does not work anything Android.) Everything remains intact from AT & T and Verizon versions of the device, including 16 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, 21x, f2. 8 to 5.9, 23-483mm lens and a large 4.8-inch HD touchscreen - all powered by a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor. However, without the 3G/4G connection and data plan required, it should at least be cheaper.

And because it runs on Android, you get full access to Google Play and its world of applications, allowing you to do more with the camera to take photos and videos.

No pricing or availability has been announced, but seeing as how AT & T version is $ 499 and Verizon is $ 549, it is safe to say that it will be less.
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