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Not content to limit Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to smartphones and tablets, Samsung introduced its Galaxy Camera today at the IFA show in Berlin.
The Galaxy Camera departs from Samsung's smartphones in its 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD screen, rather than a display based on AMOLED technology.
The Wi-Fi-enabled device features a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and a 21x optical touch zoom lens. In addition to Wi-Fi, the models will also feature 3G or 4G, presumably depending on carrier deals.
Samsung is talking up the device's editing and photo-centric features, like Smart Pro, which helps craft artistic shots through some quick shortcut settings.
All told, the Galaxy Camera will include 35 photo-editing tools through the Photo Wizard feature, another sign that Samsung will push its camera hard for the holidays and aim at casual consumers rather than professionals.
Samsung has integrated its latest sharing features into this version of Android Jelly Bean and offers an Auto Cloud Backup feature to instantly save photos to the cloud.