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6/8/2012 11:26:02 AM

Cameras For One And All

Samsung's NX series of cameras gets a refresh, has something for everyone

The Samsung NX200 was launched a couple of years ago, and has had a lot of good things said about it. Noticing an opportunity to build further into the digital camera market, Samsung has expanded on its NX portfolio and have launched three new cameras bearing the NX moniker in the NX1000, NX210 and the NX20.

Description: The Samsung NX20

The Samsung NX20

Across the board, all three cameras come equipped with a 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor, developed by Samsung themselves, and are fully compatible with Samsung's i-Function system enabling users to control camera functions using the lens. As a first, all cameras will also come with Wi-Fi connectivity, making it easy to share photos over the air.


Description: with the NX210

with the NX210

The NX1000 is Samsung's portable point-and-shoot, and comes with features such as Smart Auto 2.0 and Smart Link Hot Key, which makes it easier to snap and share photos instantly. It also comes in white, black and hot pink, so there's something for everyone here.

An upgrade to the NX200, the NX 210 comes with a premium metallic brush finish, offering a 3.0 inch AMOLED display for those vibrant and crisp colours. With easy access to Wi-Fi functions, the NX210 allows quick sharing with friends and family, whilst with Samsung Mobile Link users can show off their best images on phones and tablets, or on the big screen with TV Link connecting the NX210 wirelessly to Internet-enabled TVs. The NX20 meanwhile is made for amateur enthusiasts and professionals who want a compact camera that is on par with the performance of a DSLR, but at a fraction of the cost and size. It incorporates a range of functions and manual controls in order to deliver pro-standard pictures every time, including SVGA EVF so users can frame images like a professional.

Quad Is The Way To Go

Samsung unveils it's Exynos 4 Quad processor for new GALAXY phone

Description: Exynos 4 Quad processor

Exynos 4 Quad processor

Samsung's new GALAXY S III phone is slated to be launched sometime in May, and there has been much noise made over the specs of the Korean electronic giant's next flagship smartphone.

What better way to confirm some of them than by Samsung themselves announcing the processor that will be the brains behind it? Already in production, the Samsung Exynos 4 Quad processor, clocked in at 1.4GHz has twice the processing power over its predecessor, the Exynos 4 Duo. This is thanks to the High-K Metal Gate low power technology that saves up to 20% in terms of power consumption.

"The application processor is a crucial element in providing our customers with a PC-like experience on mobile devices," explains Hankil Yoon, Senior VP of Product Strategy Team at Samsung, "Samsung's next GALAXY device, which will be officially announced soon, offers uncompromised performance and ground breaking multitasking features, thanks to Exynos 4 Quad's powerful performance and efficient energy management technology."

In addition, the new processor incorporates a full HD 30fps video hardware codec engine for high resolution 1080p video recording and play-back, an embedded image signal processor interface for high-quality camera functionality and an HDMI 1.4 interface for sharp and crisp multimedia content transmission.

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