Samsung is the current leader in the Android powered smartphone and tablet markets. Thus, it is very natural that the company would come up with its Android powered full-fledged digital camera. The Samsung Galaxy Camera is thus, an all-in-one power camera that has the functionality of Android 4.1, Jelly Bean and the connectivity of both Wi-Fi and 3G or 4G. For your photo shooting requirements, the Samsung Galaxy Camera provides a 16.3-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, a 21x f/2.8 lens that delivers 23mm-483mm equivalent range, optical image stabilization, Full HD 1080p video (30fps) and a nearly 4.8-inch LCD Super Clear Touch Display that is bright and vibrant. The major feature of the Samsung Galaxy Camera though remains its ability to save and share your photos to the cloud and on your social networks through the Auto Cloud Backup and Share Shot feature. You can connect the Galaxy Camera to host of other Samsung Galaxy devices via WiFi with Dual Band and Channel Bonding, or 3G/4G in case you are out of WiFi range. The Galaxy Camera also lets you browse the web and download any apps of your choice. It comes installed with the Google Play and Samsung App Stores, and apps including Search, Maps, Gmail, Latitude, Google Plus, YouTube and many more. The camera has 8GB of built-in memory and a micro SDSC/SDHC/SDXC slot. The camera’s onboard computing is supported by a 1.4GHz Quad-Core processor. The Samsung Galaxy Camera has many features to make the amateur photographer’s life easy. The Smart Pro functionality has 10 different modes that allow you to use preset photographic scenarios, ranging from Macro to Action Freeze. The Photo Wizard mode has a set of 35 in-camera editing features allow various picture enhancements. The amazing Android powered Samsung Galaxy Camera got available in the US market with a reasonable price tag of US$499.99.