Samsung rolls out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Camera

Samsung Galaxy Camera

If you are one of the Samsung Galaxy Camera users/owners, you might be interested to know that Samsung has introduced Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for your device. Although the manufacturer rolled out the update, it won’t make you very happy. The reason is that the update doesn’t bring a ton of new features. It will bring only an improved Gallery app.

Samsung is now apparently rolling out the update to Galaxy Camera users in the UK only. But, it is expected to be available in other regions also, shortly. The update is now available via Samsung Kies, and also Over the Air.

The Gallery app will bring you different viewing modes, layouts, as well as spiral themes. This will make viewing photos or playing video easier. This Gallery app is now featured on the Samsung Galaxy Note II also.

The Galaxy S III based point-and-shoot camera is the Samsung’s first camera based on Android. It is powered by an impressive 1.4GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core processor, 23mm f/2.8 lens with 21x optical zoom, a 1/2.3″ BSI CMOS sensor with an impressive 16.3 effective megapixels, a pop-up Xenon flash, 4G connectivity, full access to Google Play Store, a whole host of the Google services and all the regular features of an Android phone.

Screenshot showing Samsung rolls out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for  the Galaxy Camera

More information on the firmware:
Product code: EK-GC100TADBTU

Although Samsung doesn’t bring many features in this update, we hope that the manufacturer will try to satisfy their mobile users by introducing new features as soon as possible.


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