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Find Out More About Smart Link And Autoshare

What are Samsung's Smart Link and Autoshare features and how do they work?

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Samsung's Smart Link and Autoshare features allow you to share photos through your TV and save photos to your smartphone with ease. Both of these features can be found on the new Samsung Smart NX30. Here, we'll run through both of these features and how they work. 

Find Out More About Smart Link And Autoshare: Tag and go Autoshare

Tag & go Autoshare - Autoshare is a great way to back up your images on the go. You can save every photo you take to your smartphone, instantly. Once you're all set up, Autoshare will automatically send every image instantly to your smartphone or tablet, via Wi-Fi that is powered by NFC technology. Autoshare will also GPS tag your images. 

Find Out More About Smart Link And Autoshare: Samsung Link

Samsung Link - Samsung Link allows you to easily save every moment you've captured. It instantly and wirelessly streams your photos via your PC or web storage device such as Dropbox. With one touch, you're able to show off your best photos and videos on a smart TV or send them to a compatible smartphone. The feature makes sharing really easy. 

For more information on the features of the Samsung NX30, take a look at the Samsung website
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