Samsung might be on a roll here where digital cameras are concerned, especially those Android-powered ones in recent memory like the Samsung Galaxy NX, not to mention having made some forays into the DSLR world as well, but there is still room for compact digital cameras, or at least those that are not too professional looking, so much so that a soccer mom could also snap photos of her happy family for all posterity without batting an eyelid. The latest digital camera to roll off Samsung’s production lines would be the Samsung WB110, which happens to be a 20-megapixel shooter which will continue from where last year’s 16-megapixel model left off, although the Samsung WB110 would still come with the very same 26x optical zoom.
Some of the other hardware specifications which can be found on the Samsung WB110 include 720p AVC/H.264 video, 3,200 max ISO, Smart Auto mode that will definitely come in handy to help out beginners whether they are attempting to shoot video or stills, a pop-up flash and a 3” HVGA (480 x 360 resolution) display. Definitely not traffic stopping specifications, but hopefully all of those will translate to a price point that the ordinary man on the street can afford. No idea on availability as at press time, but we do hope to find out more about it sooner rather than later.
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