Android is growing at an astonishing pace and we also know may that Google’s mobile operating system is not just limited to mobile phones and tablets but is in use with various other segments of technology as well.
If a report by Nikon Rumors is anything to go by, then we can see the Android operating system expanding its way even further and landing right on the upcoming Nikon S800c compact camera.
As per the report, the author notes, “Nikon will finally announce a new Android based compact camera. The model name will probably be Coolpix S800 (or S800c) as you can see in this Indonesian Communication Agency filing (filed on July 31, 2012).”
The website has shared a few details of what we can expect from the camera and here is a quick look at some of the highlighted features it may possess:
- 25-250 mm lens
- 3.5-inch OLED screen
- The camera runs all Google Play apps
- The camera will probably run Android 2.3
- Built-in GPS
- Built-in Wi-Fi
- Possible announcement: August 22, 2012
As of now, the details are not that beefy and there is no word available on how many pixels will be featured here or any other specifications for that matter.
The report goes on to state that if Nikon does intend to unveil the camera at Photokina, then this will be a major announcement for the brand.
As of now, there is only information on this model and there is no word known if the brand does intend on releasing a high end model running on the Android operating system.