Samsung's big push into Galaxy-branded Android cameras looks set to continue after leaked press shots of a fully-fledged mirrorless camera leaked online.
The snaps, courtesy of a Vietnamese camera site, showcase a DSLR-styled compact camera system called the Galaxy NX, joined by a trio of interchangeable lenses.
The large rear touchscreen displays Android Jelly Bean 4.2 as well Samsung's own TouchWiz user interface, just like the recently announced Galaxy S4 Zoom.
The device is allegedly packing a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, 1080p video capture and ISO settings ranging up to 25,600. Price, connectivity and release date are not yet known.
The as-yet-unannounced camera would bring the Android-based camera experience to more serious photographers for the first time.
The company's existing Samsung Galaxy Camera expanded the editing and sharing options for point-and-shoot toggies, while the Galaxy S4 Zoom brings a 10x optical zoom improves the options for those only wishing to carry their smartphones.
We've also been told by Samsung Mobile head J.K. Shin to expect a Galaxy Camera 2 at the company's June 20 event in London. It's highly possible, of course, that the Galaxy Camera 2 and the Galaxy NX are one and the same.