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Nikon Might Launch Android-Powered Coolpix S800 on August 22, 2012
Nikon Might Launch Android-Powered Coolpix S800 on August 22, 2012

Yet another treat for Android users might be on its way. If the reports coming in are to be believed, Nikon is supposedly working on a point and shoot camera, which will be powered by Google’s Android OS. The said camera will be from Nikon’s Coolpix series, and tentatively is dubbed as S800. The best thing is that, it will be launched on August 22, 2012, which is not that far away. As per the reports, the alleged camera will boast a 25-250 mm lens, GPS, 3.5-in OLED display, and Wi-Fi. The camera will also give you access to Google Play Store. We haven’t heard anything on the image sensor of the camera, however, the reports said it might have a 16 MP sensor. We still haven’t seen any proof regarding the existence of the camera or it being powered by Android. However, reports from Indonesia have confirmed of a camera called Coolpix S800. Having said that, this isn’t the first instant of an Android powered camera being reported, earlier this year at Consumer Electronics Show we had an announcement from Polaroid, regarding something called. That camera had a 16 MP sensor along with 3X optical zoom, a 36-108 mm lens, and 3.2-in display screen. It also featured Wi-Fi, was powered by Android, and hence had access to Play Store. Panasonic and Samsung have also made similar announcements, with Samsung going on and registering the Galaxy Camera trademark. So, if all those companies can launch an Android-powered camera, so can Nikon.

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