Crafted for ease, portability and fun, the K zoom captures brilliant images and videos at the drop of a hat, and comes stocked with the best apps and functions for dynamic consumers on the move.
As the world's first "camera-specialized smartphone", the Galaxy K zoom is designed to offer the same range of capabilities as a professional camera. Armed with a 10x optical zoom that retracts into its remarkably slim body, the Galaxy K zoom captures crisp, sharp images at 20.7MP and Full HD videos at 60p, even when zoomed in.
Low light conditions and blur caused by motion are also tackled with the Galaxy K zoom thanks to a 20.7 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, blur-reducing Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS), and the Xenon Flash, cutting-edge technology that provides brighter light than LEDs to improve the quality of an image with natural brilliance.
The Galaxy K zoom integrates the most advanced usability features and functions, as well, including AF/AE Separation (Auto Focus/Auto Exposure Separation) for the precise balance of light and clarity, next-generation Pro Suggest mode which offers 5 optimized filter settings,Selfie Alarm that allows users to take timed selfies with ease, and object tracking for a clear, focused shot of a moving subject. Each feature comes with a simple user interface that allows users to easily capture photos and videos with groundbreaking quality, in any situation.
The Galaxy K zoom offers all the features that consumers want in a Galaxy smartphone, such as Ultra Power Saving Mode, which minimizes battery consumption, personalized fitness and lifestyle coach the S Health Lite, and Studio, which allows users to easily edit their pictures and videos.
The compact and highly portable Galaxy K zoom even features an ergonomic grip that feels soft and comfortable when held.
"With the introduction of the Galaxy K zoom, Samsung continues to demonstrate our commitment to creating products that meet the diverse demands of our consumers," said
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