Nikon have today announced their first ever Android-powered camera. The Coolpix S800C is a 16-megapixel shooter, with 10x optical zoom to boot. Although on the outside it may not look like anything special, the camera does in fact come with Android 2.3 already running.
It’s fully WiFi-enabled, and even comes with full access to the Google Play Store. This means you’ll be able to pack out the 2GB of internal storage on the camera with a series of editing and sharing apps for all your photos.
The user interface runs on a 3.5″ OLED touchscreen and stock Android, with a few Nikon twists thrown in for good measure. Alongside the device, Nikon will release their very own Picturetown app. This will allow users to geo-tag every photo they take, and add several sharing features as well.
Other specs include:
- Built-in GPS
- 1080p HD video recording
- Memory expandable to 32GB