New Samsung Galaxy NX interchangeable lens Android camera phone (with RAW thankfully)
Samsung is going in the history books as the first company in the digital era to offer an interchangeable lens camera phone, the Samsung Galaxy NX, based on Samsung's existing APS-C mirrorless NX camera system. It has a 20mp APS-C sensor, comes with an 18-55 kit lens, an EVF, RAW and RAW + JPEG, and has the typical Android superphone features (4.8" display, Gorilla, Bluetooth, Wifi, 3G/4G, GPS, NFC, 16GB on-board memory, microSD slot, Android 4.2, etc).
Samsung Galaxy NX hands-on and previews
+ hands on at dpreview and dpreview connect and discussed in dpreview comments
+ hands on at Cnet with spec-sheet comparison and camera body pictures slideshow
+ video hands on at Photo Comment (5 minutes)
+ hands on at Ars Technical
+ hands on and video at The Verge
+ hands on and video at Engadget
+ AnandTech by Anand himself
+ Photography Blog
+ Trusted Reviews
+ DVice (the Syfy channel's gadget blog - surprised they didn't cancel it yet!)
No real world price yet, but the camera is listed at B&H Photo without a pre-order option just yet.
Hands-on with Galaxy S4 Zoom
Also on parade at the the Samsung London event was the previously announced Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, Samsung's flagship Android uberphone with a 10x stabilized optical zoom lens glued to its front. Hands-on with this creature at CNet.com and Engadget and Ars Technica (bottom half)
The Pixel-Peeper Laptop Screens arrive
Also on-hand at the event was Samsung's new flagship ultrabook, replacing the "Series 9" brand name that Samsung worked so hard to develop with the more goofy brand name of Ativ Book 9 Plus. Pixel-peeper screens are coming, grab your e-wallets, this one is 3200 by 1800 on a 13.3 inch display. Hands-on with this one including video at The Verge.