Over in Vegas at CES last year Pocket-lint got its sweaty paws all over the Samsung NX11, a follow-up to the Samsung NX10 – a mirrorless system hybrid camera with the inclusion of i-Function lens compatibility.
And now it looks as if we could have a new member for the NX family by way of the Samsung NX20. An image of the camera has leaked on to the internet, along with some juicy details.
The juiciest being that the Samsung NX20 apparently brings Wi-Fi connectivity to the mix, meaning that you'll be able to ping images and video directly into the webiverse to the likes of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter without having to deal with pesky wires.
Looking a lot like the NX11, truth be told, the NX20 is said to be "slightly bigger" and providing a "good grip". It packs the same 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor as its NX11 relative and it is said to boast sensitivity support from ISO 100 to ISO 12,800 along with the iFunction 2.0 lens support that set the NX11 apart from the NX10.
On the back, it's reported, is a 3-inch VGA AMOLED display. The camera is also said to be capable of Full HD 1080p video recording with a dedicated video button and can also shoot continuous images at 8fps.
No word on an official release date or price-point as of yet - we'll keep you posted.