A chief complaint of theis that it's only available for AT&T. That should change, however -- a Verizon model has been spied in the virtual halls of the FCC.
The details for an "EKGC120" Galaxy Camera cropped up this week for showing a version of the digital camera with support for Verizon's 700MHz LTE bands. Since the testing was conduced in early November, I suspect that the 4G variant of this connected camera won't be far off.
I'm curious to see if Verizon asks forfor the Galaxy Camera or if we could be in for a price that comes closer to a subsidized smartphone rate.
As, its biggest drawback is the long-term cost of ownership. To truly get the most out of the device, you'll need to spend a minimum of $10 per month.