Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy K Zoom SM-C115 / SM-C111
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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom
3 March 2015
Summary: El “zoom” de Samsung ha pasado de parecer una cámara compacta con una gran pantalla táctil a parecer un smartphone demasiado grueso pero bastante mejor en la mano. Aún así, sigue viéndose como un ensayo, como una incursión no definitiva para tantear el terreno e ir experimentando e iterando hacia la...
Pros: Cámara, claro . Su calidad, y sobre todo su zoom óptico, hacen justicia sobrada a su tamaño (otra cosa es si compensa el grosor) y no tendremos un zoom igual en cualquier otro smartphone., Empieza a parecer un smartphone . He dicho “empieza” y “parecer”, lo cual ya es algo viendo el modelo de hac...
Cons: Tamaño . Aún siendo mucho mejor que el del S4 Zoom, no puede considerarse un smartphone normal por su grosor (no hablo del objetivo extendido). 16 milímetros son más del doble de lo que tiene cualquier smartphone actual., Construcción . ¿Te gusta su parte trasera? Recuérdala bien, en poco tiempo ...
Summary: A year ago, the manufacturer relied on their name. But that was all that the had in common with last year's flagship. And criticism was correspondingly harsh, even though from a purely technical point of view the smartphone was not nearly as bad it was made.
Pros: high processing quality, camera with clearly above-average results, very good battery life, faster SoC, battery exchangeable, memory expandable
Cons: no tripod thread, bulkier than its predecessor when used as camera, no RAW support, large case and high weight
Summary: Samsung has largely improved on last year's Galaxy S4 Zoom, cranking up its camera skills and dropping its huge heft, but it's simply still a tank of a phone. Despite its top-notch camera, the rest of the specs don't match up to its £400 price-tag.
The Galaxy K Zoom 10x optical zoom camera hopes to send your compact to the scrapheap
3 September 2014
Conclusion: It’s probably a long time since you owned a phone as chunky as this, so it will take a bit of getting used to. Because of its size, it feels like a step backwards in terms of design, but if it means you don’t need to take a camera everywhere you go, perhaps that’s not such a problem.
Summary: Let’s just get this out of the way now. Touchwiz; you either love it or hate it. My first Android smartphone was the original Samsung Galaxy S I9000 “iPhone killer”. I didn’t mind TouchWiz back then as I had nothing to compare it to, plus it didn’t feel that heavy.
Pros: 4.8″ HD Super AMOLED screen is bright with vibrant colours, MicroSD card slot up to 64GB, Great point-and-shoot camera with various modes, Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box
Cons: Only 8GB on board storage, Device is slippery and a bit top heavy, Doesn’t sit flat due to camera lens, Navigation keys are reversed
Summary: Here is what we know; this is a phone made for photography fanatics who want to have a serious camera and a smartphone all at once so if you can handle the size and build of the phone, keep the Galaxy K Zoom in mind.
Pros: Superb camera with 10x optical zoom, Android KitKat and decent processor.
Summary: Last year, after launching the hot-selling GALAXY S4, Samsung went on to create spin-offs of their flagship device, one of which was the GALAXY S4 Zoom that was designed to cater to the crowd who loves taking photos with their smartphones.
Summary: The cameras on our smartphones have come a long way over the past several years, and have undoubtedly contributed to making point and shoot cameras obsolete . An important feature from these cameras that aren’t easily found with smartphone camera tech though is optical zoom.
Conclusion: When you pack for vacation you make sure you grab a good pair of travel shoes, but is there such a thing as a good "travel phone"? Perhaps a cheap dual-SIM to make use of a local SIM card, but why not a Samsung Galaxy K zoom - so you can leave your camera at home?
Pros: 20.7MP camera - 1/2.3" sensor, 10x optical zoom (24-240mm), optical image stabilization, xenon flash, 1080p video camera, 30fps and 60fps modes, 2MP / 1080p front-facing camera, 4.8" Super AMOLED, 720 x 1,280px, 306ppi; Gorilla Glass 3 with ambient light sensor, Android OS v4.4.2 KitKat, Exynos 5...
Cons: Thicker and heavier than a regular smartphone, No 2160p video capture, Manual camera controls are hard to use
Summary: Smartphone cameras are ever improving, but they lack one crucial feature: a zoom. Not so with the Galaxy K Zoom. This Android smartphone has a built-in 10x zoom lens. Find out if this unusual marriage is successful in our Samsung Galaxy K Zoom review.