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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 11:18

Samsung introduces cheaper Galaxy cam

Written by Peter Scott

Wifi only, no 3G on board

Samsung’s Galaxy Camera is about to get a cheaper SKU. The Korean consumer electronics juggernaut decided to introduce a new SKU, sans 3G connectivity.

This basically means that the new camera will end up somewhat cheaper than the original, which currently sells for about €350 in Euroland. Mind you, the original camera launched at €500+, but it quickly dropped to €399 and for a brief moment it was available for €299.

We still don’t know how Samsung plans to price the wifi only version, but it’s safe to assume that it will end up north of €300. Still, this doesn't sound too cheap, as entry level dSLRs and micro-four-thirds systems sell for about the same money. 

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Peter Scott

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