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Coolpix S800 will be perhaps the first Android camera Nikon

Sunday, 12 August 2012, 9:28 | Camera, Digital News, Digital Products | 0 Comment | Read 542 Times
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smart-camIn the search capabilities and experience of using increasingly specific and complex the leap from the smartphone to the smart-cam is very short. Although many of the phones currently on the market have interesting image acquisition apparatus, a device specifically dedicated to this purpose is very appetizing from that point of view.

It is therefore worth noting what appears to be one of Nikon’s upcoming projects: the Coolpix S800. To make public indiscretion is Nikon Rumors, which in turn shows the insert of Indonesian communications agency. This would be the first Nikon camera based on Android, with which the Japanese company will dive into the world of green robot.

For the moment there is no official confirmation on the item as there is not one on the technical specifications of the device. Also according to Nikon Rumors, however, the room should be equipped with 25-250mm lens and an OLED touchscreen 3.5. However no clear indication about the image sensor.

As already mentioned, to animate the car will be the platform of Google, in his incarnation of Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The choice could be attributed to insufficient hardware to run the latest versions of Android, and so could be a flaw in the device to ensure a user experience more elastic view of the quality of support that has Gingerbread. The whole course is designed to be combined with full access to Google Play Store, allowing, through the Wi-Fi, instantly share your shots and to exploit all the capabilities of Android.

This is surely not the first camera designed with Android, as we have already shown Polaroid at CES 2012 and we have to wait 22 August, can date will be announced the S800, to see what surprises in store for us this object.

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