Those who use the Samsung WB250F Smart Camera in the U.S. are in for a treat. Samsung has partnered up with Evernote to bring photo sync support, this means that users will be able to sync their photos with any mobile device or computer that has Evernote installed and configured with one particular account.
The camera is equipped with Wi-Fi, which already allows users to sync photos with a tablet or a smartphone while shooting. The camera is also capable of e-mailing pictures straight from itself. Users also have the ability to back up photos to SkyDrive from the camera. Users will obviously need to connect to a Wi-Fi network before they can sync photos to Evernote. Alternatively, one can also tether to a smartphone’s data connection, but that would result in astronomical data costs. This 14.2 megapixel camera is capable of taking decent photos and is a good option for those who want to use traditional point and shoot cameras instead of the ones on their smartphones for casual photography. The new firmware update that enables Evernote sync for WB250F is now available from Samsung’s support website.
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