New Delhi: Samsung has unveiled a voice-controlled camera - the Galaxy Camera - as part of a fall lineup of consumer gadgets aimed at setting itself apart from rival Apple.
The South Korean electronics giant presented the 16-megapixel Galaxy Camera at the IFA tech show in Berlin on Wednesday.
It has a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD screen. The Voice Control option allows users to control a number of functions such as 'Zoom in' and 'Shoot' through voice.
The Voice Control option allows users to control a number of functions such as \'Zoom in\' and \'Shoot\'.
Samsung's Galaxy Camera runs Google's Android 4.1 operating system, so called Jelly Bean, giving it features previously restricted to smartphones or tablet computers such as photo organizing, photo sharing and voice-control.
The Galaxy Camera comes in two connectivity options: a 3G and Wi-Fi version or a 4G and Wi-Fi version.
It comes days after Samsung suffered a costly defeat in a patent dispute with Apple in the United States.
The company also announced two new phones, the Galaxy Note II and the ATIV S running Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system.
Samsung says the devices will be available in many countries from the end of October.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be on display at the Samsung booth #20 at IFA 2012, Aug 31 through Sep 5.
With inputs from Associated Press
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