Nikon is releasing a new Android-powered pocket camera. The S800c camera will have wifi capabilities and the Android 2.3 OS, aka "Gingerbread." Users will be able to upload photos straight to Facebook from their camera via wifi.
Additionally, The S800c will offer full access to the Google Play store, allowing users to download anything from the store, including photography, games, and social media apps or simply video for entertainment on the go.
The S800c features a 16 megapixels, a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen with 819,000-dot resolution, a 10x optical zoom, GPS, 1080p video capture at 30 frames per second, around 1.7 GB onboard storage, SD and SDHC external storage support, 18 filter effects, HDMI Out (up to 1080i resolution), USB port, and Wi-Fi. The S800c weighs in at less than a half-pound (6.5 ounces) and has a 1.1-inch depth.
The S800c will be available in September for a retail price around $350.
by RTT Staff Writer
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