Samsung has stated that it will be phasing out its digital cameras and accessories in the German market.
According to the company, this decision is due to the slow decline of the market in Germany and so the company is adapting to the requirements of the market.
Before the official confirmation there were rumors that Samsung might be ceasing sales of cameras across Europe. A forum member over at EOSHD even claims to have received an official email from a Samsung representative claiming the company will be stopping sales of the NX1 series of cameras in Europe. For now, though, Samsung has officially only confirmed it for Germany.
Actually, they're pretty good for the money. I mean those older models, like NX20. They're real cheap. NX1 is just too expensive, for the same amount you can get a full-frame from Sony, which is worth more (IMO). I'm pretty happy with my NX20, though...
Not everyone wants a $500++ camera. Some people want something better than the terrible pocket cams (that are often sub-phone quality) but they won´t want DSLR quality. There is where the mediocre cameras fit on the market.
Anyone who would want to buy a proper camera already have canon, nikon and sony. No need for those bland cameras from samsung.