Samsung Galaxy Camera With Verizon 4G LTE Pops Up On Product Page

Samsung decided to take a stab at the connected camera market with its Android-powered Galaxy Camera. Originally released on AT&T, this Jelly Bean toting, quad-core processing (yes, a quad-core camera) point-and-shoot was met with much skepticism. With the quality of smartphone cameras getting better with each iteration, many consider it unnecessary to carry another device.

Despite many sub-par reviews, it appears the Galaxy Camera isn’t going away and is, in fact, headed to Verizon. If you head over to Samsung’s product page, you’ll find a 4G LTE Verizon model of the Galaxy Camera which we’re assuming should be available soon.

With 4G LTE on Verizon, you’ll be able to upload your photos as fast as you can snap them. If you’ve been curious about the Galaxy Camera, it’s specs include:

  • 23mm f/2.8 lens with 21x optical zoom
  • 4.7-inch HD Super Clear Touch Display at 308ppi
  • ISO from 100 up to 3200
  • 4G LTE
  • An impressive 1.4GHz Quad-core processor
  • 8GB onboard storage, expandable via microSD
  • HDMI out
  • A-GPS
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
  • 1650mAh battery

We’re expecting the Verizon model to retail similar to the AT&T model, which is a pricey $499.99. I can’t see why anyone would want to pick this up for $500 and then pay monthly for a data plan but I’ve seen weirder things happen.

If the Galaxy Camera is something you’re interested in and have been holding out for a Verizon 4G LTE model, then you shouldn’t have to wait much longer.