South Korean electronics company Samsung has slashed the prices of its Galaxy camera in the Indian market. The price of the device has been cut within just two months of its launch in the country. The Android-based camera now costs Rs. 26,520. The price of the device has been brought down by Rs. 3,880 from its original launch costing.
The new Galaxy Camera has Wi-Fi and is 3G enabled, it was launched in India in November 2012 for Rs. 29,900. Moreover, the company is also offering a free battery charging kit with the device in the country. The Galaxy Camera is a rival to Nikon’s S 800c and is priced at Rs. 20,950.
The device has a 4.8-inch touchscreen, which is compatible with all the applications that are available on the Google Play market place. The Galaxy camera is powered by a 1.4 Ghz quad-core processor, which is coupled with 1 GB RAM. The new device also boasts of a 1,650 mAh battery. The device also supports a SIM card for 3G connectivity.
The Galaxy Camera also has a BSI CMOS sensor, which has a digital and optical zoom of 21 x. Samsung has also included features like optical image stabilization and auto-focus. With these features all available in a compact camera, this new device is quite irresistible.