It's about time. The Samsung PL90 is an ultracompact point-and-shoot with little to offer beyond automatic shooting with one exception: it has a flip-out USB connector. This is a feature Flip Video and other minicamcorder manufacturers have been doing for years now. The connector can be used for quickly transferring photos and videos off the camera without removing the memory card or looking for a USB cable. You can also use it to charge the battery.
Why has this feature taken so long to make its way to a camera? My guess is cost and size, which explains why the camera is nothing extraordinary.
4x optical zoom
VGA movie capture
Built-in sharing software