A new patent application from Samsung has now revealed the successor of the Galaxy K Zoom. Samsung was always expected to unveil its next generation camera-centric phone in the first half of 2015.
This makes the new patent filing consistent with what we've heard across the web for the past few weeks now, so it's likely that Samsung will announce the successor of the Galaxy K Zoom before July 2015.
What Specs to Expect?
Not much information could be fetched from the patent image. The patent shows a large camera sensor on the rear back, which is exactly identical to the Galaxy K Zoom. However, the patent image shows off slightly modified design. Apparently, the flash unit on the camera appears to be missing.
Not just that, the device in question might come with a working stylus, like any other Galaxy Note handset. Could we looking at a Galaxy Note Zoom? These leaks are clearly indicating that the device is going to be a serious smartphone made for professionals.
The Galaxy K Zoom hasn't exactly flown off the shelves for Samsung, but the company will hope to do some recreate magic in the form of the Galaxy K Zoom II. Although we can't tell for sure if the new camera-centric smartphone will be the same as shown above, it goes without saying that Samsung surely has big plans for its new camera-centric smartphone.