Originally announced at IFA last year, Samsung Galaxy Camera has now got a Wi-Fi only version EK-GC110. The existing version of Galaxy Camera comes with HSPA+ connectivity. The removal of 3G is likely to result in a lower-price tag.
Rest of the features of Samsung Galaxy Camera remain same – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 21x optical zoom lens, 16M BSI CMOS sensor, and 4.77-inch HD Super Clear LCD.
There is no word on the availability of Samsung Galaxy Camera Wi-Fi.
Excerpt from the press release:
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd today launched the Samsung GALAXY Camera (Wi-Fi), the newest addition to the GALAXY Camera line-up. Like the original GALAXY Camera, the GALAXY Camera (Wi-Fi) combines high performance photographic features with Android™ 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS and dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity, making shooting, enjoying, editing and sharing images from a single device easier than ever before.
The GALAXY Camera (Wi-Fi) has all of the innovative and practical features that the GALAXY Camera offers but without a 3G/4G connection. This makes the GALAXY Camera (Wi-Fi) more affordable for a user who does not need the always- connected benefit of the GALAXY Camera.