The IFA event Berlin is set to see several new mobiles and tablets unveiled. If reports of GSMArena
are to be believed, Samsung will also be introducing an Android-based camera at this event.
This camera will be dubbed Samsung Galaxy S camera and will work like point and shoot camera of Samsung Galaxy S III. The camera will run on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and sport a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED screen.
According to the grapevine, Samsung Galaxy S camera will have a 16-megapixel sensor, the size of which is not known so far. There will be 10x zoom and a pop-out Xenon flash. In terms of design, it will have a curved right side and come in two versions - Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi +3G. So far there is no news about by when will this smart camera will be available or the price tag that it will carry.
Just a week back, Nikon had announced its first Android camera - Coolpix S800c. This smart camera features a 10x optical zoom lens, 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, 3.5-inch OLED WVGA touchscreen, and Android 2.3. It also comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and supports downloading Android apps via Google Play Store. Nikon also bundles 'My Picture Town' app for uploading images directly to its cloud storage.