by April 29, 2014 0 comments

Samsung has unveiled its much anticipated Galaxy K Zoom smartphone, which is packed with powerful 20.7 MP camera and can be used as a smartphone that runs over Android 4.4 KitKat OS. Last year Samsung launched Galaxy S4 Zoom and K Zoom can be widely seen as its successor.

This camera-cum-smartphone sports a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It comes with 2 GB RAM, 8 GB of internal memory that can be expanded up to 64 GB, much to the delight of shutterbugs. It is packed with a hexa-core chipset that falls on the line of Galaxy Note 3 Neo phablet. The phone’s camera credentials have been boosted by a 2430 mAh battery that is ably supported by Ultra Power Saving Mode much like the one on Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.

The 20.7 MP BSI CMOS sensor camera offers 10x optical zoom to capture awesome quality images. Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS) allows to capturing ultra-clear images and reduce blur caused by movement. It has Xenon Flash that enables capturing ultra-sharp and bright images even in low light with natural brilliance. The device delivers awesome video quality (Full HD) with the bigger lens even when zoomed and in low light.

The hybrid smartphone also sports the most advanced camera functions and features including next-generation Pro Suggest mode with 5 optimized filter settings, AF/AE Separation (Auto Focus/ Auto Exposure Separation) to maintain the balance of light and clarity, Selfie Alarm that enables users to capture timed selfies with ease, and object tracing to shoot clear and focused images of moving subject. Each feature is built to simplify the use of camera and allow capturing amazing photos and videos.

The company has not shared pricing and availability details as of now, but one can expect the device to reach India in the coming months.

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