Greets from Berlin and the annual IFA electronics show. Today, Samsung presented its Galaxy Camera, which runs on Android and lets you share photos via Wi-Fi or a cell connection, along with the Note II "phablet"; Sony unveiled a 4K 84-inch LCD HDTV with four times the resolution of current HDTVs.
Here direct from the IFA show in Berlin are the white and black versions of the first digital camera powered by Android, the next-gen Jellybean (Android 4.1) version to be exact. You can share photos either via Wi-Fi, where available, or via 3G of 4G HSPA+ (the faux "4G" offered by AT&T and T-Mobile, and not true 4G LTE). As a camera, it captures 16 MP images via a 23mm wide angle lens with 21x optical zoom.