Along with its slightly bizarre two-screened digital camera, Samsung has also unvieled a more normal digital camera, albeit one packed with useful features rarely seen inside compact cameras.
The ST1000 has built in GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, meaning that you can email or upload photos direct from your camera to sites like Facebook, Picasa, and YouTube, without having to upload them to a PC beforehand. It's also DLNA compatible, so that you can stream images to an HDTV or digital photo frame.
There's also a bunch of editing and managing software built in, which automatically loads without requiring an install when you hook your camera up to the PC. That lets you geotag your photos, too.
"This new powerhouse point-and-shoot camera will raise the bar for innovation and set a new standard by which all other manufacturers will be measured", said Steve Mitchell, General Manager Marketing for Samsung Digital Imaging.
Spec-wise, the ST1000 has a 12.2-megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, scene regonition, blink detection and the ability for the camera to recognise faces that it sees often and prioritise them when focusing. It can record 720p HD video, and has HDMI connectivity too.
The ST1000 will come in silver/red, black/black, red/black, black/gold and blue/grey and should show up within the next couple of weeks.
The camera will cost around $400 when it launches later in the year. A US spokesperson told Pocket-lint that he wasn't sure of a UK price however joked that it would probably be around £400.