Verizon sells Samsung Galaxy Camera on December 13 for $550

Verizon ratchets up the price of the Samsung Galaxy Camera $50 over AT&T.

Samsung Galaxy Camera
Samsung's Android-powered Galaxy Camera is headed to Verizon. Sarah Tew/CNET

How badly do you want an Android-powered camera that connects to Verizon's network? If the answer is "very," then starting December 13, you'll be able to fork out $550 for the Samsung Galaxy Camera over on Big Red.

Coming in $50 pricier than AT&T's version, Verizon's stab at the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device offers 4G LTE connectivity, and comes in an exclusive cobalt black shade in addition to white.

Adding the camera to your shared data plan costs just $5 per month, Verizon's least expensive access fee of the bunch.

The Galaxy Camera features a huge 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD touch screen, a 16-megapixel resolution, and 21x optical zoom.

Read all about the quality in CNET's full Samsung Galaxy Camera review by photography guru Joshua Goldman.

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