Samsung has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom, the successor to the Galaxy S4 Zoom. And if you own a Galaxy S4 Zoom, you must be wondering, are the downsizes of the device especially the bulky back cover now resolved with the new Galaxy K Zoom? Well here’s the good news – the bulky S4 Zoom has now been upgraded with a lot thinner body with a faux leather back, yes a faux leather back and not the band-aid style back that we’ve seen from the original Galaxy S5.
Aside from the obvious upgrade in the design and body, the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom also upgraded it’s major components and specs as it now sports a 20.7MP camera with BSI CMOS censor which also features optical image stabilization, auto focus / auto exposure separation, and a 10x optical zoom (24-240mm) with aperture F/3.1-6.3. It also has an auto focus-assist LED lamp on the back, as well as a Xenon flash. Which makes it definitely a major upgrade from the previous camera of the S4 Zoom.
Looking at the specs, side of things, the Galaxy K Zoom runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and features a 4.8-inch 720p display, powered by a Hexa-Core processor with two cores at 1.7GHz and four cores at 1.3GHz. The device also has 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage expandable via a microSDXC card slot, a 2MP front camera, and a 2,430mAh battery.
Samsung is set to globally roll out the device starting in May. We’ll keep you updated for the exact dates.
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