I have to admit, I like the Samsung's svelte body and the the handle looks just right for my big hands and not to be fooled, the camera is rather big. Almost DSLR size and for a good reason.
It packs a 20 megapixel sensor, SD card storage and runs a list of Android apps which you can download onto your phone. Yea, think Skype and you'll be answering calls with your camera.
Android Jelly Bean
With the latest Jellybean as your OS, you could be quite happy with the slew of apps being delivered via Wifi or 3G. And you get 2GB of RAM with 16GB of storage too. Bluetooth is built in too so that you won't look silly talking to your camera while your wife screams at you from the Viber connection.
GPS for Location
Let's not forget what GPS can do for you should you ever want to revisit the places you missed out on when the weather was crappy. Googlemaps is provided as a standard but as I see it, you could well get a third party map provider to find your way by car.
Large than Life Pictures
20 Megapixels from an APS-C sensor is going to give you lots of detail. So if you are running for office, be sure to shoot yourself in high resolution for those billboard size posters. The 4.8 inch HD TFT display is going to be gorgeous to look at, so you will get an idea on whether you need make up or not.
Will I get one? Only if someone is willing to sponsor me a unit. As is, the Samsung NX series has a pretty good selection of lenses, from wide angle to zooms but not all of the lenses have OIS or stabilization control. This means that some of the non-OIS lenses have to be hand held very carefully to avoid camera shake.
The lens quality is another issue. I would prefer a Schneider lens but you get Samyang branded lenses instead. That for me is just asking for too much. There is also the issue of third party mounts, which I understand is coming from Novoflex.
If there was ever a reason to carry less gear in your bag, then the Galaxy NX would just be it. Time to dump that smartphone and carry this instead. Life, would be quite miserable if you had too many gadgets to contend with.