The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom has a compact camera lens on the back with a 10x optical zoom. Read editors' take
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The software on the phone looks like a normal Galaxy S4's, although some of the menus have been changed to make the camera functions easier to find. It runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Read editors' take
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Here you choose how much control you want over how your pictures are shot. Read editors' take
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When the lens is shut, the S4 Zoom feels more like a normal compact camera than a phone. That lens adds some considerable bulk. Read editors' take
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You control the zoom by twisting a barrel around the lens. Read editors' take
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A 16-megapixel, backside illuminated CMOS sensor is inside this camera/phone. Read editors' take
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As it's as much camera as it is phone, you get a Xenon flash, like you find on a normal compact camera. Read editors' take
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The lens is made by Samsung. Read editors' take
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There's a big Home button on the front. Read editors' take
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The 2,330mAh battery is removable via a slot on the side of the phone. Read editors' take
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The camera software has a bunch of scene modes for you to try out, including HDR, Panorama, and Night. Read editors' take
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That's going to be hard to put in a jeans pocket. Read editors' take
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This is a phone. Honestly. Read editors' take
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This is also a camera. Seriously. Read editors' take
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