‘Tis the day for AT&T devices. Big Blue has just become the first US carrier officially supporting the Samsung Galaxy Camera and will supply its flavor of cellular data while you’re busy posting some of the most detailed Instagram photos ever taken. There aren’t any noticeable changes to the connected 16-megapixel shooter that we’ve seen, but it may not be as fast as shutterbugs might like — while AT&T is keen to talk up the presence of 4G, it conspicuously leaves out any mention of LTE and suggests that we saw an HSPA-only US model at the FCC just days ago. We’re working to confirm what’s really inside. Pricing and a ship date will be available in the “coming weeks,” although it’s unlikely that anyone will absolutely have to sign a two-year contract to start snapping images.
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