The Samsung Galaxy NX Android Camera has not arrived yet. However, Samsung has already announced its U.S. pricing and availability. The Android 4.2 Jelly Bean based compact system camera (CSC) will be available for $1,600 (minus the lens) and $1,700 (inclusive of 18-55mm kit lens).
Nevertheless, this first Android-based interchangeable lens camera (ILC) will have you pay top dollar; not to forget the additional monthly cellular service fee. In contract, a non-Android ILC costs under $1,000. On the positive side, the Galaxy NX Android Camera boasts instant image sharing, Dropbox integration and more.
The Galaxy NX houses a 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor. It has the DRIMe IV image processor and Hybrid Autofocus for high-quality images and lifelike colors. The Galaxy NS looks and feels like a DSLR.
It offers 3G/4G connectivity, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. NFC (near-field communication) is missing in action on the NX. The Android camera can be bought from Samsung or retailers. We have no clue as which network provider will Samsung choose for the Galaxy NX.