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Samsung Releases a Wi-Fi Version of the Galaxy Camera
by Laura Hicks -  4/4/2013

Today Samsung announces the Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi version. This camera is basically a carbon copy of the original Galaxy Camera that arrived on the scene almost six months ago. However, this version allows you to save a little cash while sporting this sleek camera. Priced at $450 and no need to buy a data plan, the Samsung Galaxy Camera just became more appealing than ever before.

Here's the short list of important information...the new Wi-Fi Galaxy Camera boasts the same great user interface from the original Galaxy Camera. It also has the same great specs...a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, 21x zoom lens and an almost 5-inch LCD touchscreen that encompasses the entirety of the back of the camera. Finally, this version uses the Jellybean 4.1 operating platform just like the previous Galaxy Camera.

Instead of giving you the entire rundown of features and specs, click here for the link to the Samsung Galaxy Camera review we did back in the fall. It reviewed very well. We loved the camera. Although it doesn't have the highest image quality we've seen out of a point and shoot, the overwhelming features and connectivity make up for its shortcomings.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be available later this month in a host of stores. It will retail at $450 and no data plan is necessary with this version. Penny pinchers rejoice -- this is what you have been waiting for.