Samsung announced that users of its new Galaxy K zoom
smartphone-camera hybrid now have a Vine app that was specially enhanced for their device. The Vine app makes use of the 10x optical zoom capabilities of the new Galaxy, featuring zoom buttons on the recording screen - thus enabling users to zoom in and out whenever they create a Vine video. The app is exclusive to the Galaxy K zoom, and was created after an official collaboration between Samsung and Twitter (which owns Vine).
“With this latest collaboration, Samsung continues to demonstrate our commitment to innovation and supporting the needs of our consumers, including that of their creativity. The Vine app for the Galaxy K zoom capitalizes on the device’s advanced zoom camera features to further empower artistic expression and continue invigorating the mobile experience of our consumers,” said Sun Hong Lim, Senior Vice President of Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.
As of last month, the Galaxy K zoom is already available to buy in some markets around the world. It hasn’t been released in the US yet, but it’ll probably debut there in the near future. Running Android 4.4 KitKat, the Samsung Galaxy K zoom features a 4.8-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, LTE connectivity, hexa-core Exynos processor, 2GB of RAM, and a large 20.7MP BSI rear camera with Xenon flash (and 10x optical zoom, as already mentioned).
Samsung Galaxy K zoom