Samsung Galaxy Camera has just passed through the FCC for Verizon LTE connectivity in the US. This will be a good news for the data and speed hungry customers in the US, where the device is meant for bulk image and video uploads.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is an Android OS based camera running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS packed with a 1.4GHz Quad-Core chipset, a 4.8-inch 1280×720 display, a Super bright 16MP backside illuminated CMOS sensor with a pop-up Xenon flash, Samsung’s own Exynos quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and it comes with 8 GB storage inside with microSD expansion. The device will have “a free and easy-to-use photo and video sharing service for customers,” and users will get 5 GB of storage for free and ability to upload images and video and they can share on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or e-mail. For powering up, the camera packs a strong 1,650mAh battery that can offer up to 280 hours of 3G standby.
The device bearing a model number EK-GC120 (the HSPA+ model is known as the GC100), is compatible with Verizon’s 700MHz spectrum. The device with FCC ID: A3LEKGC120 is posted on the FCC’s official website.
In the beginning of this month, Samsung launched the device in the UK. Clove and Expansys Online retailers started selling the device on their respective stores. Later the device also hit AT&T in the US.