Panasonic rolls out Lumix CM1 Android smartphone with 1 inch camera sensor

Panasonic has unveiled its first Android powered camera phone. Dubbed as LUMIX Smart Camera DSC-CM1 the ‘connected camera’ comes with a 1-inch MOS sensor.


Scheduled to be showcased at Photokina 2014 in Germany, the device is capable of taking 4K video and images with 20MP resolution with an f2.8 28mm Leica DC lens. In addition, the CM1 has a dedicated hardware shutter button and a slider that switches between camera and smartphone modes.

The Android power smartphone features 4.7-inch full-HD screen, 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory and a microSD support upto 128 GB. Backed by a 2600mAh battery, the phone also includes 4G support.

Priced at 9oo Euro, the Lumix CM1 will be made available in France and Germany by Christmas. Samsung already has a camera focused smartphone device- Galaxy K Zoom in the market that has 20.7MP camera.

via:Android Police

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