Samsung was anything but shy in showing off its products at the CES 2012 in Las Vegas. Among a slew of products, including the new Galaxy smartphones and the 2012 Samsung Blu-Ray Players, there was also the WB150F digital camera boasting wireless capabilities.
This new Samsung digital camera has impressed its audience with 14 megapixels, 18x wide zoom lens and an AMOLED display for previewing your photos. The features that really put this new camera on the map are the wireless capabilities and Samsung announced that users will be able to share the photos taken with the new WB150F wirelessly on social sites without needing any other device to connect with it. The Samsung WB150F will allow you to back-up your files to the Samsung AllShare Play cloud service or SkyDrive.
The WB150F also comes with video recording capabilities and you will be able to capture 720p video at 30FPS and upload it directly to YouTube or any other video sharing website.
Also worth mentioning is the SplitShot funtion and the proprietary image editing capability coming with the Samsung WB150F digital camera.
Samsung has announced that the WB150F will become available in South Korea first in black, red and white colors and cost around $263 at amazon right now.