Looks like we don't have to wait until June 20 to get a peek at Samsung's next Galaxy Camera. Images of the new Samsung Galaxy NX have been posted to Vietnamese site Tinhte that show a black camera with interchangeable lenses. We can see both Samsung and Galaxy NX branding on the camera's face, and around back is a large screen with a TouchWiz-ed version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
In terms of specs, we're told to expect a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor on the Galaxy NX along with an ISO range of up to 25,600 and the ability to capture 1080p video. The touchscreen on the Galaxy NX is said to measure 4.3 inches.
Thanks to its DSLR-like body and interchangeable lenses, this new Galaxy NX camera looks to be a higher-end offering than the original point-and-shoot Galaxy Camera. Samsung also recently took the wraps off of the camera-focused Galaxy S 4 Zoom, but that device is also more like a point-and-shoot camera and is unlikely to appeal to the same market that the Galaxy NX is going after. While there's no word yet on when the Galaxy NX might launch or how much it'll cost when it does, Samsung co-CEO J.K. Shin has confirmed that his company will debut a Galaxy Camera successor at an event on June 20, so it may not be long before more Galaxy NX details are spilled.