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Samsung Galaxy K zoom
Mark Peters : July 27th 2014 - 15:45 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy K zoom : Samsung Electronics announced the Galaxy K zoom with the availability of an enhanced Vine application. This version of Vine, a service owned by Twitter that makes it easy for people to watch, create and share short looping videos, capitalizes on the zoom capabilities of the Galaxy device. Coupled with the effortless capturing, real optics, and premium design of the Galaxy K zoom, Vine allows consumers to seamlessly and effectively record subjects, near and far. Specifically, the Vine app for Galaxy K zoom features zoom buttons directly on the recording screen, allowing the user to easily zoom in and out when creating a Vine video on the Samsung device.

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“With this latest collaboration, Samsung continues to demonstrate our commitment to innovation and supporting the needs of our consumers, including that of their creativity,” said Sun Hong Lim, Senior Vice President of Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “The Vine app for the Samsung Galaxy K zoom capitalizes on the device’s advanced zoom camera features to further empower artistic expression and continue invigorating the mobile experience of our consumers.”

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The Samsung Galaxy K zoom blends advanced digital camera technology with Samsung's industry-leading Galaxy experience to offer users the best mobile solutions with the ability to create professional-quality visual content. This exclusive zoom functionality demonstrates Samsung and Twitter’s ongoing dedication to supporting self-expression through technological innovation and meaningful collaboration.

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