updated 12:00 pm EST, Tue January 4, 2011
Samsung unveils SH100 ahead of CES
Samsung added another camera in its pre-CES run today with a unique smartphone angle. The SH100 can make a Wi-Fi connection to at least one of Samsung's own Android phones, such as one of its Galaxy S line, to act as a remote control and sharing hub. It can not only push media to Facebook, Picasa and YouTube but preview the live shot, take the photo and geotag the resulting images.
As a camera, it shoots at 14.2 megapixels with a 5X zoom lens and HD video recording. Its three-inch touchscreen provides most of the interface. Wi-Fi comes into play in other areas, such as DLNA media sharing and computer sync that can wake newer computers to handle the task if they're not already turned on.
The camera will reach the US in March for $200.