The Samsung Galaxy S4 has of course been the most high profile smartphone release of 2013. Recently, the South Korean manufacturer’s latest bestseller was joined by three new versions, the more affordable Galaxy S4 Mini, water proof Galaxy S4 Active and a camera orientated variant called the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom.
The latter, as its name suggests offers a number of upgraded camera features from the standard Galaxy S4. Perhaps most notably, the back of the handset houses a 10x optical zone, with other camera upgrades including a 16 megapixel resolution (replacing the 13 megapixel camera of the standard Galaxy S4), plus a number of additional software features and enhanced optical image stabilisation. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is by far one of the most impressive devices on the market in terms of its camera specifications, and makes an ideal choice for those who want a smartphone which is capable of performing in largely the same manner as a standalone digital camera.
Aside from its impressive camera specifications, the Galaxy S4 Zoom also includes a 4.3 inch super AMOLED display, 1 GB of RAM, dual-core processor, 8 GB of storage which is expandable via a micro SD slot, and Android 4.2.2 Jellybean operating system.
Because the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom was only announced by its manufacturer quite recently, news about its pricing and availability in the UK has only just been revealed. Phones Review has recently reported that a well known retailer of SIM free smartphones in the UK has listed the device with a price tag of £442.80, and states that the phone will be available in the UK in the week beginning July 8th. Visit our website to find the cheapest pay monthly Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom contracts, and popular Samsung Galaxy S4 offers.
While the Galaxy S4 Zoom is currently among the most advanced camera phones on the market, it is likely to face tough competition from yet to be released devices. Later this year, the Nokia Lumia 1020 (previously rumoured as the Nokia EOS) and a new Sony smartphone currently codenamed as the Honami are expected to hit the market with 41 megapixel and 20 megapixel cameras respectively.
Source: Phones Review