The Samsung Galaxy Zoom aka the Galaxy K is a device that will be a more sleek device compared to its predecessor giving out the same 10x zoom and shooting capabilities. The first alleged camera sample has appeared giving a glimpse of the camera output quality.

As rumour has it, the device will come in to the market as Galaxy K as per the official Samsung-event invitation for April 29th. For the record, the gadget is predicted to have a 4.8″ Super- AMOLED screen with a 720 x 1280 resolution. Beneath it, there is a six-core Samsung Exynos 5 Hexa Soc. A Mali-T624 GPU will take care of graphics, and 2 GB of RAM will ultimately be included. The highly hyped, 20 MP rear-facing snapper will be with 10x optical zoom and a Xenon flash. There will be an upgrade over the 16 MP camera on the Samsung Galaxy S5. The front camera will be 2 MP, while Android 4.4.2 is said to be loaded in it.


The camera quality is an issue you can’t skip to debate on. We can digest the fact that Samsung might have succeeded to settle down with a 10x optical zoom in a more compact chassis. A sample picture resolving such dilemma is displayed, carrying the EXIF tag of Samsung SM-C115. The S4 Zoom is SM-C101, so the codename certainly appears to be an extension of it. We all need is a personal feel of the same gadget when it will be out in the market. So, better keep watching for any new trivia that comes across for this master-piece.