Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

66
Engadget
Score
66

It has some redeeming qualities, but you could still do better.

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Engadget Summary

With image quality on par with a sub-$200 camera (and inferior performance), you'll probably be better off buying a separate camera and smartphone. There's clearly appeal to having a two-in-one device like the K Zoom, and while Samsung's made progress here, the hybrid Galaxy isn't quite ready for prime time.

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Scores

Engadget

66
 

Breakdown

Reception and call quality
7.0
Display
6.2
Battery life
7.0
Camera
8.0
Ease of use
7.3
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Specs

Galaxy

Type
Smartphone (Android)
Camera
yes
Internal memory
8 GB
Screen size
4.8 inches
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Specs

Galaxy

Type
Smartphone (Android)
Camera
yes
Internal memory
8 GB
Screen size
4.8 inches
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