In April end, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy K Zoom a camera centric phone and a successor to last year’s Galaxy S4 Zoom. In order to promote the device, the company has released its first promotional video.

The promo video shows some of the main features of the device and some wonders done by its 20.7MP camera shooter with a 10x optical zoon, Xenon flash and a Selfie alarm. This video basically shows the autofocus and how the exposure of each image can be controlled nicely.

Looking at its specs, the device offers a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED HD display having 1280×720 pixel resolution. At its heart lies a hexa-core processor distributed by a 1.7GHz dual-core and 1.3GHz Quad-core. The device comes with built-in 2GB RAM, 8GB of internal storage with expandable memory provision through microSD card slot and an Android 4.4 KitKat. The device comes with a 20.7MP camera shooter at its back while its front hosts a 2MP camera. The handset offers a substantial battery backup of 2340mAh.

There is an built-in Selfie alarm inside the device for taking selfie shots. You need to select a location on your screen where you want your face to be placed. Then turn the screen and face the rear camera. Once you face gets positioned into the selected section, an selfie alarm will ring and you can click the picture. The device also has a Studio app for editing images.

The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom comes with new health fitness features like the S Health. In addition there is also an Ultra Power Saving mode for effective consumption of the battery juice.