Earlier this month, we saw how the Samsung Galaxy Camera made a pit stop over at the FCC in order to gain approval for release to the masses, while it was yesterday when AT&T issued an official announcement that they will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Camera on their network. The thing is, pricing details have yet to be thrashed out, but if it is of any indication, perhaps those of us living Stateside can extrapolate the Galaxy Camera’s final price here based on what the German market will fork out for theirs.
This Android 4.1 Jelly Bean powered camera will hit Germany at the end of October for a rather hefty 599 Euros as its recommended retail price which of course, can change depending on who the vendor carrying this device is. That would translate to still under a grand, but at that price point, one might be able to pick up an entry level DSLR instead which will definitely pack more image shooting power. The thing is, playing Angry Birds and Bad Piggies on your dedicated digital camera does make a whole lot of sense, actually.
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