Samsung has a dizzying array of flagship smartphones. CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps you break down your options.
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The Samsung Digimax S800 has tons of controls for its price range, but confusing menus and poor image quality outweigh these advantages.
The Samsung Galaxy NX camera combines the company's smartphone savvy with its mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera skills. The result: a potentially no-compromise solution for photographers who crave connectivity, albeit at a steep price premium.
The Samsung Smart Camera WB350F is a good package if you want to add an affordable long-zoom point-and-shoot to supplement your smartphone photography.
Nikon is reckoned to be making an Android-powered camera with access to apps from Google Play.
Fast, sturdy, well-designed and with excellent photo quality, the Samsung NX1 hits all the bases for action-shooting enthusiasts.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 delivers the app and connectivity options of your smartphone, but with the shooting flexibility of a long zoom lens.
Samsung introduces the sensor, processor and autofocus systems of the prosumer NX1 into its consumer interchangeable-lens camera.
For those who want more camera than their smartphone offers without sacrificing the easy sharing, the Samsung WB250F Smart Camera is a good, affordable choice.