From the front it looks like a high-end digital camera. From behind, Samsung's Galaxy camera takes on the guise of a smartphone. It may not be the first Android-powered camera to hit the market – Nikon's S800c beat it to the punch – but it looks like this new breed of category is going to be one to watch this year. But can adopting Android save point-and-shooters from being overrun by smartphones? Watch our video preview and find out.
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