Samsung’s NX mini was released in June, last year. The NX mini is a very compact and mirrorless camera, featuring a 3-inch touch screen. The camera is able to capture images at 20-megapixels, and features a 1” CMOS sensor.
Moreover, the NX mini has the ability to record videos in 480p, 720p, and 1080p resolutions, and offers great HD video quality. The NX mini featured a slim design, and excellent connectivity options. Additionally, it produces exceptionally sharp images. Overall, the NX mini was a great camera, with a compact and slim design, and convenient touchscreen controls.
Recently, we have come across a leak of the Samsung NX Mini 2 on the internet. It is reported that the NX Mini 2 will be equipped with a 20.5-Megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, which offers great image quality. The sensor is the same as the one included in the original NX Mini. The camera will also be able to shoot videos in 4K resolution.
According to this report, the camera will be rocking a Super AMOLED display, instead of the LCD display on the original NX mini; however, the resolution of the display is still unknown. The camera will be equipped with a retractable flash. It is highly unlikely that the NX mini 2 will come with indirect flash. The NX mini 2 will not be featuring a DirectLink button.
Additionally, the external flash connector has also been removed. The NX Mini 2 also sports interchangeable front covers, and a leather design. The 1820mAh battery included in the camera will be good for 400 shots. The NX Mini 2 is expected to debut later next month. However, there have been no official announcements regarding the release of the NX mini 2.