One of the more intriguing devices out there is the Samsung Galaxy Camera. It offers the quality of dedicated camera and awesome Android features of a smartphone. The one big flaw that some users could find with the device is that it is only available from AT&T. Well that might be changing soon enough, if this possible listing from the FCC is to be believed.
This new listing from the FCC shows a different LTE radio frequency of 700MHZ, which is the very same used by Verizon Wireless. The new variant called the A3LEKGC120, could be landing on Verizon, but of course, neither Verizon nor Samsung has announced anything official yet, so only time will tell if this comes to fruition. For people who want to avoid AT&T, the Galaxy Camera coming to Verizon could be a big deal.
Overall, the Galaxy Camera in its current form is a fantastic device. It comes with a 4.7-inch LCD and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean installed. It comes with a 1650 mAh lithium-ion removable battery that seems be working quiet well.
As for the camera itself, the current model comes with 16 megapixels and 21x optical zoom. That's a pretty solid resolution that can take some beautiful shots. Check out our review on the current model Galaxy Camera to get a feel for the device. Hopefully, this Verizon version comes to fruition, but for time being, we will have to wait and see if one of the two companies involved announce something official.