Samsung Galaxy Camera now available at The Source, price slashed to $500

Ian Hardy

March 1, 2013 7:32am


The Samsung Galaxy Camera was released back in December as a TELUS/Black’s Photo exclusive for $599.99 outright. This piece of hardware runs Android OS 4.1 Jelly Bean, has a 16MP shooter, 4.8-inch display with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and can do everything a smartphone can do but make phone calls. Since this has WiFi and 3G+ connectivity those who purchased it could sign up for a TELUS tablet plan (or any carriers plan for that matter). It now seems this has arrived at The Source – owned by Bell – and the price has been slashed by $100 to $499.99. Certainly something to consider if you’re in the market for a camera.

Source: The Source

  • LeafsFan77

    Since it runs on Anroid…”No Deca-Core, who cares”
    Seriously, it’s a good concept but really pricey for the smaller point-&-shoot cameras people like to use.

  • Borat Sagdiyev

    Or… you could just spend that money on an entry level DSLR with lens kit that will blow this out of the water in image quality.

    • Telusdoesnotcare

      High five!

  • Oldschool

    I didn’t know The Source was owned by Bell, explain why they’re awful I suppose.

  • superfly

    DSLR cameras are great for gaming, Skype and social networking.

  • MattyMattMatt

    The Source has carried this for about a month now…

    And the price is 600. The 500 is with a term.

  • Brian

    This has been at Source for a while

  • fogman_white

    Give me a price of 250$ and maybe I will be interested…

    • MattyMattMatt

      Samsung will not charge the fair value price of this device.