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Samsung Galaxy NX Smart Camera Hits U.S. Stores in October 2013

Samsung's new Android-powered Galaxy NX smart camera will start selling in October.
The mirrorless Galaxy NX camera — a successor to the Galaxy Camera — allows for interchangeable lenses and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Similar to Android smartphones, the Galaxy NX has a 4.8-inch display on the back for interacting with Android apps.
Samsung said Thursday the Galaxy NX will hit U.S. stores in October for $1,599.99 (body only) or $1,699.99 (body with an 18-55mm lens).
The Galaxy NX is packed with some robust features: a 20.3-megapixel sensor, a hybrid autofocus system, a shutter speed that can capture as fast as 1/6,000 of a second and a 1.6GHz quad-core processor. In addition to Wi-Fi, the camera comes equipped with 4G LTE capability. With a data connection and the ability to download apps from Google Play, you could use the camera for instant uploading (e.g. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) and for editing.
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