Ok so it might not be the most original of names, but the follow up to the Samsung Pixon, has been announced. Naturally the fact that it is called the Pixon12, this touch-screen device houses a 12-megapixel camera, the first such device to be announced by the Korean manufacturer. Samsung is keen to shout about the phone's ability to capture those spontaneous shots. Fire the camera up with the dedicated camera key and users can point and shoot with images saving quickly meaning you can take your next snap in as little as two seconds.
The Samsung Pixon12 also features Touch Auto-Focus which enables users to select focus points in a shot by touching the screen. The auto-focus function will then follow the object around the screen keeping it in focus at all times even when moving. Similar to LG's new 'Intelligence Shot Mode', the Pixon12 features Smart Auto which automatically changes the scene and mode based on the object, background and lighting, while an onboard Xenon flash suggests good quality of night time shots should be achievable.
Users will be able to organise their photos by tags, file names, ratings and time, while a multi-selection feature enables users to select images in groups rather than one by one. Uploading photos and videos to social networking sites will also be achievable at rapid speeds with both Wi-Fi and HSUPA capabilities built-in.
Although the Samsung Pixon12 is expected to become available by the end of the month there are currently no stockists or pricing details available.