Samsung builds on the wide success of their Android-powered connected camera, the Galaxy, with a new mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera that not only also runs Android, but has LTE. Like others from their line, the Galaxy NX packs a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor with a hybrid autofocus paired with a large 4.8-inch LCD touchscreen and an electronic viewfinder. Shutter speeds move quickly, capturing activity at speeds as quick as 1/6,000 of a second with an ISO that tops-out at 25,600 for extra help shooting in low light. Of course, the big draw is its Android OS and wireless ability, which allows it to run content from Google Play and upload at 4G LTE speeds for quick photo sharing. The full NX series of interchangeable lenses fit the body, but a cool new features called Photo Suggest is unique to this model, which gives you photo suggestions from other photographers based on your location. Pricing and availability details are still not out yet, but feel free to browse the rest of the detailed preview shots after the click.