Android app that works with its cameras. An iOS app has been available for the GoPro for quite some time, but GoPro is finally bringing one to Android. This allows users to control their GoPro cameras from their Android devices, which helps them keep the action going without removing the camera from whatever part of their body its attached to.
Samsung announced their Galaxy Camera earlier this year at IFA with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a massive 4.8-inch AMOLED display many were wondering what carrier would snag it first. Just yesterday we reported it was headed to AT&T with HSPA+ on board and today it has been confirmed. AT&T and Samsung have just announced the Galaxy Camera will be AT&T's first 4G shooter.
Samsung Galaxy S III has enjoyed a few months in the spotlight, it's time to start in on the Galaxy S IV rumors. We already got the rumor mill churning with the claim that Samsung would reveal the Galaxy S IV at MWC 2013, but today it's all about the camera baby. According to Korean site Newstomato (via Samsung-Updates), a 13-megapixel camera module has been spotted online, and it's headed directly for the Galaxy S IV.
Galaxy Camera has passed through the FCC with AT&T's 3G and HSPA+ 4G (not LTE) speeds on board. We first got a glance at the Galaxy Camera back at IFA last month, but now this new filing is giving us a better idea of what Samsung has in mind for the smart camera.
Instagram, or just wants a better camera on your Android device the LG Optimus G might be just for you. Today LG's released another promo video claiming their 13 megapixel Optimus G will feature the "world's best camera." -- for smartphones at least.
Samsung has thrown its Android and point-and-shoot digital camera teams together, and come up with the Galaxy Camera, an 16-megapixel Android-based snapper with a 21x optical zoom. At first glance more akin to a camera than a phone, the Galaxy Camera includes a 4.8-inch 1280 x 720 HD Super LCD and a 16-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS, paired with a 23mm wide angle lens and an optical zoom unheard of on handsets.
Nikon Rumors, the popular photography company could have two Android cameras coming soon.
Nikonrumors. This isn't the first time we've heard rumors or ideas regarding an Android camera, but this could be the real deal. Reports are suggesting this will be the first of possibly many from Nikon.