Press photos of Samsung’s Galaxy NX Android mirror-less camera surface online before its likely unveiling on June 20


Samsung was reportedly planning on unveiling an Android-powered mirror-less interchangeable-lens camera at the Premiere 2013 event on June 20. With about a week to go for the event, the camera known as the Galaxy NX has become all but official with its press photos leaking online, SlashGear reports.

The photos that surfaced on Vietnam website show a camera that looks as big as a DSLR with a range of NX lenses, a large touch display at the back and a bunch of hardware buttons. Specifications are scarce at best and all we know is that the camera features a mirror-less setup along with a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, 1080p video capture support, ISO up to 25,600 and runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

Additionally, as we reported a couple of days back, Samsung is also reportedly planning to unveil the successor of its Galaxy Camera tentatively known as the Galaxy Camera 2 on June 20.

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