Nikon announces the Coolpix S800c, their first Android-powered camera

The Android-powered Nikon camera is here. Today, Nikon announced the Coolpix S800c, its first Android-powered camera. With the new Coolpix S800C, you will no longer have to transfer pictures to your computer before sending them via email or uploading them to your favorite social networking sites because the camera comes complete with Wi-Fi connectivity and full Android.

The Coolpix S800C runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and has full access to the thousands of apps that are available from the Google Play store. Now when you snap a picture, you can instantly share it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or pretty much do anything with the picture.

The Coolpix S800C features a 16-megapixel image sensor, a 3.5-inch high-resolution OLED display, built-in GPS, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Wi-Fi, 2GB of internal storage, 1080P HD video recording, and more.

The camera will set you back $349.99 and will be available soon from major retailers. For more information visit Nikon.com.

Source: Nikon | Coolpix S800C

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