Samsung’s Android powered mirrorless camera got a hands-on at DPreview. Among other things, they write:
The NX300 features looks a lot like its predecessor, but beneath the surface it’s a very different camera. Like the NX210, the NX300 features a 20MP CMOS sensor, but this is a newly-developed unit which offers ‘hybrid’ autofocus consisting of 247 contrast-detection AF points and 105 phase-detection points which should provide much faster and more positive focus in favorable lighting conditions. The cameras we handled were pre-production units, so it’s impossible to make a definitive statement about their performance, but our first impressions are very good. Even in the relatively low light of a CES meeting room, focus with the 85mm F1.4 was fast and positive, with almost no ‘jitter’ – certainly a clear improvement on the solely contrast-detection system in earlier NX bodies and many competitive mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras.
I am really curios to see more reviews about this camera!