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Samsung's Android-powered Galaxy NX camera available in the US today from $1,600

Zach Honig
November 19, 2013
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Samsung's Android-powered interchangeable-lens camera is clearly positioned as a niche device, due in no small part to its sky-high $1,600 body-only price tag, but deep-pocketed early adopters can pick up a Galaxy NX at US retailers beginning today. The 20.3-megapixel ILC has a 1.6GHz quad-core chipset and Jelly Bean under the hood, so you can install thousands of applications for editing, storing and sharing images captured through the 16-55mm kit lens. We can't say we'll be queueing for the opportunity to pick one up, though -- while it's a fine camera, the NX is significantly overpriced, especially considering that you'll soon be able to take home a full-frame Sony Alpha 7 for just a few hundred dollars more.

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