The Android powered Samsung Galaxy Camera is beginning to receive its very first update in the United Kingdom via OTA (Over The Air). This update brings the Android firmware version to Android 4.1.2 and adds the Galaxy Note II’s gallery to the device. You are essentially getting a few more toys to play around with, along with three different beautiful viewing modes. It’s not a large update, but an update nonetheless. If you’re a resident in the United Kingdom and own a Samsung Galaxy Camera, be sure to check for an update through the settings option or hook the device up to your computer and grab it through Samsung’s Kies desktop software!
Samsung originally introduced the Galaxy Camera at IFA in Berlin, Germany last year. The device features a 4.8-inch Super Clear LCD display, a 16-megapixel shooter, a 1.4GHz quad core CPU, Wi-Fi, HSPA+ and Samsung’s latest TouchWiz Nature UI based off of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This is Samsung’s first camera based off of the Android operating system. Rumors are going around the internet claiming that Samsung has some other Camera ideas in the works as well.
Those who are interested in purchasing a Samsung Galaxy Camera here in the U.S. can head on over to their local AT&T store where they can get the device with HSPA+ data connectivity. Those who are looking for LTE data connectivity and the exclusive black model of the Galaxy Camera can head on over to their local Verizon store.
If you have downloaded the update and noticed a difference, be sure to let us know in the comments section below!