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Kapture the Moment with Samsung Mobile on 29th April 2014

Samsung launched the Galaxy S4 last year and the company soon followed it up variants of the device that would cater to various needs of users. catering to specific needs of users. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom launched within no time after the Galaxy S4 launch. Samsung Mobile is inviting people from across the globe to an event on 29th April 2014 which is supposed to be held in Singapore asking them to “Kapture the Event”. We presume that this is an indication that the company may be unveiling the Galaxy S5 Zoom which will be called the Samsung Galaxy K. Samsung Kapture the Moment

The Samsung Galaxy K is going to be packing a 4.8-inch 720p Super AMOLED display screen, a Hexa-Core Exynos CPU decked with 2GB of RAM and will be based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat installed out-of-the-box according to PhoneArena. On the imaging side, the device is said to sport a 20MP sensor around back with a 10x optical zoom and Xenon flash, with a 2MP shooter around the front.

The event being roughly a fortnight away gives us no time to wait. We hope you remember that last year Samsung broke apart the Samsung Galaxy S4 part-by-part to show different types of users the experience that would suit them so this does not leave the company a chance to do it with the Galaxy S5 Zoom this year at “Kapture the Moment” in Singapore. Precise information like launch date and pricing could be declared so it is good to capture a moment in Singapore.

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