Android camera

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Android camera

A digital camera controlled by the Android operating system. Offering the higher quality photographic features found in dedicated cameras, an Android camera also runs the many available Android apps. Also called a "4G camera" or "connected camera," an Android camera enables photos to be organized in folders and accepts image editing programs from the Google Play app store. See Android.

One of the First
In 2012, the Samsung Galaxy was one of the first Android cameras. Including Wi-Fi and 4G, it offers 65 image editing features, and its 4.8" screen makes it a usable photo album. (Image courtesy of Samsung, www.samsung.com)


An Elegant User Interface
These are "virtual dials" on the Galaxy's touchscreen. The Samsung Galaxy delivers a very sophisticated user interface.
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