Samsung has released an update for Galaxy Camera which brings Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the device. The users in UK have already started receiving it. The update does not bring with it any new features but has a new Gallery app.
The Gallery app is similar to the one found in Samsung Galaxy Note 2. New layouts and viewing modes are the ones expected in the new application. Samsung has decided to use the gallery app found in Galaxy Note 2 in other devices since it was well received by the user.
There is only a little information about the update but performance enhancement and stability improvement are expected from the update. The update is being done in a phased manner.
The 4.8 inch HD Super Clear LCD Screen Samsung Galaxy Camera which runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean comes with a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor. Even in low-light conditions the users can catch high-quality images. The camera also has 1 GHz quad-core processor as well as a 21X optical zoom lens. This is an exclusive point-and-shoot-camera.
This is Samsung's first attempt at a smart camera and it was received with much doubt and uncertainty on its release. The Galaxy Camera is priced at Rs. 29,850 and the reviews show that the 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity makes uploading images seamless.
The camera has excellent detail rendition in the macromode. The device can be updated by connecting it to a computer using the Samsung Kies update tool.