Unlike its predecessor, the Galaxy NX will be a mirrorless DSLR that features an interchangeable lens system. Sporting a 20.3-megapixel sensor and fully compatible with the 13 lenses of the NX system, the Galaxy NX will be powered by a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor.
The core concept of the device remains intact, however, as the Galaxy NX will feature a 4.8-inch touchscreen with a full-featured Android 4.2.2 system on the back of the camera, as well as LTE connectivity. Once again, the only smartphone feature that it will be lacking is the ability to make phone calls.
The new color variants for the Galaxy S IV include blue, purple, red, brown, and pink. The updated color options were the only surprise as far as the traditional handsets were concerned; the event provided much fanfare for the Galaxy S IV Mini, Active, and Zoom spinoffs, but all three phones had already been announced by Samsung prior to the event.