The Samsung Galaxy Camera is not yet done winning awards. It was one of the devices that added a feather in the cap of Samsung by it’s innovativeness. This is their dare to move into other unventured waters by putting a full Android version, the latest one at that, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean onto a camera.
Samsung Galaxy Camera won the connected device at GSMA and has since won another award at TIPA Awards (Technical Image Press Association) for Best Mobile Imaging Device, again by redefining the connected camera genre. The judges said that the Galaxy Camera combines the professional quality images of a high end camera and the freedom of 3G/4G and Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing users to share high quality images with friends instantly.
Samsung also scooped three other awards for other devices, these being the Best Compact System Camera on the market won by Samsung NX300 with it’s 20.3 MP APS-C CMOS sensor for the crisp and sharp images, wide ISO range making image output balanced even in the darkest conditions and Hybrid Auto Focus that gives fast, accurate phase and contrast detection. And of-course the ability to share images via Wi-Fi.
The other award was Best Mobile Imaging Innovation that went to one-lens 3D system for consumer camera on the Samsung 45mm 2D/3D lens. The lens is capable of capturing still and Full HD 1080p video in perfect 3D and users can choose 2D or 3D images by turning on 3D mode.
Last but not least, the newly released F8000 LED 2D/3D Smart TV. This TV won Best Photo TV by the way users are able to interact with images, work with apps, share them on social networks and also use the TV as an image hub for other devices.