Samsung's new Galaxy Camera ($500) is business in the front, and Android-powered app party in the back. The latest Galaxy device, which hits AT&T stores on Nov. 16, is unrecognizable as a camera from the rear, unsurprising since its 4.8-inch touch display is exactly the same as the Galaxy S III smartphone. It's 3G-capabiblity, courtesy of AT&T's DataConnect plan, uploads photos directly from the camera. You'll need to purchase both the camera and a data plan for network connectivity, but the Samsung Galaxy Camera can upload over WiFi just as well.
Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets have increasingly better cameras these days, and with the release of the newest Samsung Galaxy device, it looks like cameras will have increasingly better mobile operating systems. Let us know what you think about the two gadgets converging, but before you snap up this tiny tablet/camera hybrid, take a look at our gallery to find out more about its specs and software.