Samsung seems determined to produce niche Galaxy S4 variants, first the S4 Active and now, the Galaxy S4 Zoom.
It looks very similar to a Galaxy S4 Mini, but with a big camera lens plopped on the side. The camera has 16-megapixels and a 10x optical zoom. It also has a built-in optical stabilization, taking better photos in low light and helping prevent shakiness in videos. The Zoom sports a 16MP sensor, a xenon flash and a 24mm wide lens.
Under the hood of the Galaxy S4 Zoom, is a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1.5GB of RAM. It is built around a 4.3″ Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 960×540 pixels. Compared to the S4 Mini, it is notably thicker and heavier, but with a much larger camera module that was a bit obvious.
It has an internal memory of 8GB but you can increase this to 64GB by using the microSD card. As a smartphone you will be able to have connectivity via Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0LE and A-GPS. It supports 3G with HSPA and LTE connectivity.
There have been no announcements regarding pricing yet but the Galaxy S4 Zoom is expected to arrive in the US and UK by the end of this year.