Samsung releases WiFi version of the Galaxy Camera

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Interested in one of Samsung’s Galaxy Cameras but didn’t want the cellular radios in it? You’re in luck, as Samsung launched a WiFi-only version of the Jelly Bean powered point-and-shoot. Fortunately, dropping the 3G/4G connectivity should also drop the price a bit. All the other specs, like the 21x optical zoom, quad-core processor, and 16.3 megapixel sensor haven’t changed. No word on actual pricing or availability, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated. Hit the source below to see Samsung’s press release.

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  • geolemon

    That would be a winner for me. I always thought “who would travel and take pictures enough that all need sharing that would justify paying a separate data plan for a phone?”

    On the other hand, I’d like a phone where I could go home (or to the hotel), and from wifi, go through my pictures and share them. I can’t imagine many people have the need to share so instantly that it would justify a data plan… I’d have thought they’d launch the device that suits (rather than alienates) 99% of customers FIRST.
    Finally.