Samsung Galaxy K Zoom: 5 Great Things on Camera Smartphone

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By Ma Evelyn Castino Quilas | April 30, 2014 1:26 PM EST

Samsung has taken a step further into the selfie generation with the launch of Samsung Galaxy K Android smartphone. The advent of this camera smartphone has brought about five great things:

Rolls Digital Camera And Smartphone Into One

The first of its kind in the industry, Samsung Galaxy K does away with the need to bring two separate devices. It performs the dual role of snapping high optical quality selfie and other photos like a digital camera and also functions the optimal role of an Android smartphone.

High-end Camera

This camera smartphone boosts of a 20.7 MP camera, 1/2.3 BSI CMOS sensor combination, Xenon flash and 10x optical zoom hidden at the back portion in a 4.8-inch display, which is slightly smaller than ordinary digital cameras. It even has optical image stabilizer, auto exposure and auto focus capabilities all included in this gadget. When needed to take pictures, this capability pops out similar to a regular digital camera but with even better image output so users can effortlessly take as many selfie snapshots with crisp and clear results.

Various Picture-taking Modes

Like a normal digital camera, this smart gadget has a wide array of modes like auto, pro suggest, program, beauty face, panorama, virtual tour, shot and more, HDR richer tone, night, continuous shot, selfie alarm, kids shoot, landscape and dawn. Users of this camera smartphone can hoose the desired mode before taking a snapshot and presto. The desired aura of the picture will be theirs for unlimited picture-taking.

Lightweight And Thin-built

Taking the easy portability of smartphone gadgets into mind, Samsung Galaxy K Zoom only weighs 200 grams and is about 1 inch thinner than Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom although it is a bit thicker than most smartphones nowadays since it has to lodge the camera at the back. With its flat surface, this gadget is easy to hold and carry around.

Powerful Smartphone Processors

For its smartphone component, Samsung Galaxy K runs on Exynos hexacore application processor with 1.7 GHz dual-core and 1.3 GHz quad-core. It has 2 GB RAM and 3G LTE support, and Android KitKat iOS. So users still get to enjoy the usual stuff on other smartphone units like Samsung Galaxy S5 or other brands.

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