Looks like a new version of Samsung Galaxy Camera is soon to be introduced possibly at the CES 2014 or by latest at the MWC 2014, which is a great news to the existing Galaxy Camera (EK-GC100) users who are unhappy with certain issues such as some noticeable noise level on the image taken, not so up to expectation low-light photos, laggy Android user interface even with Jellybean, unable to turn flash on at certain manual mode, and even slow boot-up time with a quad-core processor under the hood.

Recently, Indonesia’s ePostel  website which featured in a list where it received a wireless certification, with the code name Samsung EK-GC200 digital camera given WiFi 802.11 supporting a/b/g/n channels, NFC, GPS, and Bluetooth version 4.0. This clearly indicates this is the successor for the first gen of the Samsung Galaxy Camera. However, I would except the new version to be packed with Android 4.4.x KitKat, a higher Megapixel, the current optical zoom is good enough to compete with most of the new comers, and probably this time out it would feature the Exynos octa-core processor which was introduced first on the Samsung Galaxy S4. 
Not to forget, I am also expecting the battery capacity to be higher as previous one was below average with a moderate usage which is really disappointing. What else are you expecting from the new Samsung Galaxy Camera which is coming to stores near you next year?

Via PhoneArena
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