Nikon to announce an Android-powered Coolpix S800c

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A number of pre-emptive leaked appeared on the web today about Nikon’s android-powered Coolpix S800c; which could be one of the first android powered compact camera — actually the first one was the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera showcased at this year’s CES 2012 — but Coolpix S800c will be the first that will be available to consumers.

The rumored camera is reported to be running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), sports a 3.5-inch OLED touch-display (@850,000 dot) panel. Other notable feature of the camera is the built-in GPS for geo-tagging, Wi-Fi for easy uploading and access to the Google Play store and a 25-250mm zoom lens with a back-illuminated CMOS sensor 16 million pixels.

NikonRumors also posted the detailed specs of Nikon Coolpix S800c, of course we can expect more information about the camera once Nikon officially unveils it.

  • Sensor is a back-illuminated CMOS sensor 16 million pixels
  • NIKKOR lens 10x optical zoom
  • Equipped with Android 2.3
  • You can upload pictures and movies, such as Facebook and Twitter
  • Keyboard for text input
  • Equipped with Wi-Fi, support WPS2.0
  • (VR) The lens-shift + electronic camera shake compensation
  • 3.5-inch OLED electrostatic touch-display (@850,000 dot)

The new “smart” camera is expected to be announced by Nikon on August 22nd and expected to be available late September and a “guess-timate” retail price of $360 – $400 USD.

Source: NikonRumors

Last modified: August 21, 2012

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