Zoom! Samsung 20MP Camera-Phone Revealed

Written by Oonagh Reidy     29/04/2014 | 15:57 | Category: INDUSTRY

As tipped, Samsung unveil K Zoom - its new smartphone with pro camera.

Zoom! Samsung 20MP Camera-Phone Revealed

Just announced, the new K Zoom smartphone has a groundbreaking 20.7 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, 10x optical zoom, and new retracting lens technology taking pictures and video in Full HD.

Hell, it even has a Selfie Alarm for timed selfies, appealing to the Facebook generation. 

K Zoom also has most of the Galaxy smartphone bells and whistles found on the new S5 including Ultra Power Saving Mode, Health Lite apps and an ultra potent hexacore processor system, although has a smaller 4.8" screen, 2GB of RAM, 8GB on board memory, and Studio app to edit images, videos. 

Other advanced camera features include: AF/AE Separation (Auto Focus/Auto Exposure Separation) for precise balance of light and clarity; Pro Suggest mode with 10 optimised filter settings; object tracking for more focused shots of a moving objects. 

The camera excels in low light conditions, and Optical Image Stabiliser (OIS) reduces blur caused by movement, and a Xenon Flash which has a brighter light than LEDs.

"We know that our customers all have different demands and needs, and the Galaxy K Zoom is the latest example of our on-going commitment to ensuring we have something for everyone," said Simon Stanford, Vice President of IT & Mobile, Samsung UK & Ireland. 

"What most of our customers do have in common though is a desire for a mobile device that has a great camera - whether that be a parent wanting to capture their child's first steps, or friends on a night out."

Pricing nor availability of the Galaxy K Zoom has not yet been confirmed. 

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