Samsung Galaxy NX visits the FCC supporting AT&T's LTE signal
The camera end of things features a 20.3MP APS-C sensor along with a DRIMe IV Image Signal Processor, an Advanced Hybrid Autofocus system, a 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps shooting. Users can lock in interchangeable lenses. The body alone is $1599. With a 18-55mm lens, the price is $1699.
With the device expected to launch this month, the Samsung Galaxy NX made a visit to the FCC and from this visit, we learned something important. We knew that the model would have LTE connectivity, but for which carrier? We can now tell you that the Galaxy NX is compatible with the LTE signal coming from AT&T. In addition, the unit will also offer connectivity with AT&T's HSPA+ pipeline.
source: FCC via Engadget
1. GeekMovement (Posts: 1075; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
I'm happy with my Sony a900 (: but it'll be interesting to see if these DSLR-like mirrorless(?) cameras can soon start reaching image quality comparable to professionally used DSLRs.
My concern with this camera is the battery life (DSLRs have vertical grips with more battery storage), lens selection & quality, and the price. That's pretty expensive although tons of advanced technology is implemented into that. Could consider a lower end DSLR instead for now.
2. GeekMovement (Posts: 1075; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
Eh wanted to change some stuff but 240sec rule lol. Ok well here's a repaste of the second paragraph...
"My concern with this camera is the battery life (DSLRs have [the option of having] vertical grips with more battery storage), lens selection & quality [compared to brands such as Canon, Nikon, Sony, Zeiss, etc], and the price [vs value]. That's pretty expensive although tons of advanced technology is implemented into it. Could consider a lower [to mid] end DSLR instead for now."
3. itsdeepak4u2000 (Posts: 1474; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Nice specs though but price is high.
4. Sire3008 (Posts: 38; Member since: 26 Sep 2013)
Incorporating mobile into a camera. This is Sammy's innovation. Typical ogre device. The Nokia Lumia 1020 does it better
6. woodshop20 (Posts: 426; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)
Real innovation is Motorola's Ara project. Can't wait to see that thing prototyped and working.
5. woodshop20 (Posts: 426; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)
I believe this is the 35th Android device Samsung has announced this year. Meanwhile the Nexus 5 still hasn't got a proper release date...
7. yudi.nemesis (Posts: 933; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)
According to GSMARENA database until this day Samsung has announced 50 phones.
8. woodshop20 (Posts: 426; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)
Yeah but only about 35 of them are Android-powered.