Samsung is betting really big on Android. They have combined their NX-Series camera with Android and come up with the Galaxy NX Mirrorless Camera. This is the best of both worlds as it gives you all the flexibily of an Android phone/Tablet with a great camera based on a DX-sized sensor. If you want to check out some hands-on video and images at the link below.
This is the Galaxy NX, an ILC with LTE connectivity that's capable of capturing at 8.6 fps and contains a hybrid autofocus system made by Samsung. In fact, the company says it's behind every part of this new device, from the quad-core 1.6GHz Pega-Q processor, to the 4.8-inch LCD screen, to even the shutter mechanism. With a "DSLR-class" 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor we've seen on other NX cameras, new DRIMe IV image processor and ISO settings from 100 to 25,600, Samsung appears to be making a serious pitch for photographers interested in more than just an Instagram hook-up.