Samsung Galaxy Camera stops by the FCC with AT&T’s radios on board
It wasn’t too long ago that the Samsung Galaxy Camera was officially announced, revealing Samsung’s plans for an Android-based camera. Given that it will be powered by Android, we expect that some of its features will require an internet connection of some kind, whether it via WiFi or 3G/4G networks. Well if you were wondering from which carrier you might be able to pick up the Galaxy Camera, thanks to an FCC filing it looks like AT&T will be the carrier you’ll want to visit. The FCC filing has revealed two devices – the EK-GC100 and the EK-KC100, both of which feature HSPA-based 3G radios on the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands, which is basically the same bands used by AT&T and some Canadian carriers. There was no mention of 4G, although Samsung did state that there will be 3G and 4G versions, so perhaps we might see them pop up later. At this point in time it is unclear as to whether AT&T will be the only carrier offering the Galaxy Camera, but stay tuned for more updates! Until then, who’s planning on getting the Galaxy Camera, or are you perfectly happy with the camera on your Android-based device as it is?