The Galaxy Camera is one of the more interesting Android devices to come out this year, but it's been exclusive to AT&T since its launch on November 16. Now folks on Verizon are getting their own Galaxy Camera with an added bonus - 4G LTE.
The Verge reports that a 4G LTE Galaxy Camera suddenly showed up on Samsung's Web site without warning. The page appears to be a placeholder for now as it contains no price or launch date confirmation. AT&T's Galaxy Camera retailed for $499, but only had 3G connectivity. It's unknown if the added 4G LTE connectivity will add onto the price or not.
For those who are still unaware of Samsung's new camera, the Galaxy Camera is a point-and-shoot digital camera combined with the power of the company's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone. The device is equipped with a 4.8-inch HD touch screen and a 21x optical zoom. On the software side of things, it comes with Google's first Jelly Bean release - Android 4.1.
While we have no official price or launch date, it would be safe to assume that the Galaxy Camera will hit Verizon before the end of the year. A few more big holiday shopping weekends are coming up, and Verizon won't want to miss out on the potential sales that such a device could bring to the carrier. If it does miss the holiday season, I'd wager that an early January launch is in the books.