Nikon releases Android powered camera
Almost all people use their phones to take pictures. And many of these phones are running the popular Android operating system.
But not often do you hear about a camera – not a phone, but a camera – running Android.
Nikon is rolling out the world’s first Android-powered Wi-Fi camera, with hopes of making the camera (and your pictures) more connected with the web.
From the front, the Nikon S800c looks like any other silver-metallic point and shoot. It’s small, slip and can fit in your pocket, though its 10x zoom can extend for tight shots and other types of closeups.
But flip this camera over and it looks less like a camera and more like a phone, with a 3.5-inch screen coating the rear.
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