Washington, Mar. 20: Samsung is set to launch a new cell phone with an interchangeable-lens camera system that focuses on good looks, small size, and connectivity and selfies.
It’s called the NX Mini, and it will hit the shelves in April with a 450 dollars and 550 kit dollars.
According to the Verge, the mobile includes a minuscule 9mm f/3.5 (24mm-equivalent) lens that is one of two kit options for the 20-megapixel camera ($449).
The other includes a new 9-27mm (24-73mm-equivalent) zoom lens and external flash.
The camera itself features a 1-inch sensor, the same size as found in Sony’s RX100 and Nikon’s 1 series, which also helps to make it among the thinnest on the market at 0.88 inches.(ANI)