Samsung launched its point and shoot/smartphone hybrid called the S4 Zoom
last year , the Korean mobile giant has now introduced its successor , called
Galaxy K Zoom , and as the name implies , the phone/camera is certainly a mouthfull
The Galaxy K packs a 20.7MP BSI sensor that sits on the back of the phone , the camera
module has a variable aperture of f3.1 foor 1x zoom and f6.3 for 10x zoom ,the Galaxy K
features Optical image stabilization , a Xenon flash and a LED light for dual color mixing.
The phone part of the Galaxy K features a 720p 4.8" AMOLED display with Android 4.4 out of the box, the phone features a Hexa-core chipset (found on the Note 3 Neo) clocked to 1.7 Ghz for the Dual Cortex A15 module and 1.3Ghz for the Cortex A7 module of the Exynos 5 CPU.The phone has a onboard storage of 8GB(users can expect to find less due to the system partition) and it can be further extended via MicroSD cards upto 64GB .the device will feature GSM and LTE connectivity and other connectivity options like bluetooth , wifi are also included in the device .
Source - PCWorld