Samsung Galaxy NX EK-GN120
Android OS and 3G/4G connectivity.
Good build quality.
Improved battery life.
Serious read and write speed issues.
By reviewed.com on February 25, 2014
Above all the other issues that we have brought up about the Galaxy NX, there's one practical consideration that's paramount: its $1,599.95 price tag. Any way you approach it, it's hard to try to recommend the NX when it costs that much,...90
By DigitalCameraReview on February 12, 2014
What to make of the Galaxy NX? As a digital camera it certainly offers up image and video quality superior to that of a smart phone camera, with the ability to customize camera performance with a variety of interchangeable lenses. Overall performance is...70
By PCMag on February 10, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy NX is the company's second attempt at putting Android on a camera, building on the point-and-shoot Galaxy Camera. This time the company went with a mirrorless design, but it's as much held back by its Android operating system as it is helped by it.60
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
Samsung's Galaxy NX may be the first of its kind, but $1,700 is simply too much to shell out for an Android...68
By Ubergizmo on January 15, 2014
A potentially formidable work tool) There you go, as someone who owns a few types of cameras (DSLR, mirror-less…) I found that adding Android and 4G to a product like this can dramatically improve the workflow for very specific tasks. And...-
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 27, 2013
When Samsung unleashed the Galaxy Camera at the end of last year there were two burning questions on everybody's' lips. Firstly, why no voice-calling features on what is essentially a smartphone / camera combo and secondly, when will Android...-
By mashable.com on December 21, 2013
Android was originally developed as a smartphone operating system. Since its humble version 1.5 "Cupcake" beginnings, Android has been modified for use in tablets, TV set-top boxes, micro-gaming consoles and more. In the last year, Samsung's been...-
By Expert Reviews on December 12, 2013
Unusual, expensive, yet strangely...60
By AsiaOne on November 26, 2013
With the Galaxy NX, Samsung continues its efforts to make cameras more connected. With WiFi, NFC, 4G LTE/3G HSPA and Android, users, especially social media buffs, can now share photos straight from the camera.The camera boasts a 4.8 inch LCD screen...100
By Engadget on November 15, 2013
If you're curious about the Galaxy NX, head over to a camera store and try one out for yourself, but we can't in good faith recommend that you spend $1,700 on this overpriced hybrid, even if you have the cash to spare.-