The Samsung Galaxy Camera is definitely an innovational perception. This high-tech gadget was highlighted in September last year. It launched in Q4 2012, possessing a high definition LCD display of 4.8 inches and an Exypnos quad core processor, running on Android Jelly Bean 4.1. Post the public release of Samsung Galaxy Camera, Verizon signed up for retailing this auspicious gadget. AT&T was the first retailer followed by the newly interested Verizon.
The camera topped sales charts, which must have convinced the major carriers to retail it. Verizon has released a recent software update for this modernist camera. This software update is equipped with fascinating features for improvement of performance level and other accessory modules.
Procurers from Big Red are fortunate enough to explore this awaited software update. The software script of Samsung Galaxy camera will be augmented to JZO54K.GC120VRAMC4. Alongside, it brings a bagful of utility easy-to-access features, such as Remote Viewfinder, S Memo, Help Memo and four extra Smart Modes. Overall, this software package is allotted for further convenience of users. Remote Viewfinder is a small application that lets you manage smartphone with your camera through a Wireless-Fiction network, presuming that the model belongs to the iPhone or Galaxy S/Tab range. However, Galaxy Note series is probably not compatible, the cause to which is mysterious.
The four extra Smart Modes being offered by the software update are Party Indoor, Dawn, Snow and Food with a package of nineteen modes in total. This package will aid users in attaining a fresh experience with the smartcam. This recent software update is quite enthralling and is certainly focused on improving user-experience with the new generation Samsung Galaxy Camera.