The red carrier is charging $549.99 and the device comes in two colors, White and a Cobalt Black version that is exclusive to Verizon. To add the Galaxy Camera to a Share Everything Plan, you can even upgrade for a special price of $5.
AT&T recently started carrying the device for $499 in November.
The camera has a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor with 21x zoom. But when you flip that bad boy over, you won’t see a little 2-inch LCD. Instead, you’ll be met with the familiar Android homescreen (Jelly Bean, no less), on a 4.8-inch 720p SLCD display.
An Exynos quad-core SoC will sit under the hood, along with a 3G (or 4G) radio, Wifi, an expandable memory card slot and a 1650mAh battery.[gallery ids="717386,717376,667719" link="file"]