Samsung Galaxy S 4 has made it known that is has quite a number of sensors inside its Galaxy S4 smart phone. Some of these include the on board barometer and temperature/humidity sensor.
Samsung has revealed that there are a total of nine sensors on board its latest flagship smartphone and detailed their roles in phone’s features via an info-graphic (photo from Sinful Android).
Most of the modern smartphones come with some common sensors like accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and proximity sensor, which are necessary to provide some practical features, but Samsung has taken it to a whole new level.
Despite these number of sensors, the battery-backup of the phone will not be affected.
When you think about smartphones, or cell phones in general, you automatically seem to think about the iPhone. The brilliant and market leading device – the facts don’t lie, it sells more than all of the others around the world – has got pretty much everything you could possibly want in a phone.
But what happens if you’re an Android fan as opposed to iOS, or you just simply don’t like the iPhone? You certainly have plenty of options for your alternative, including the Samsung Galaxy, which is one of the best cell phones around for those looking for great multimedia packages within their phone.
Taking one specific version of the Galaxy as an example, the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, users have the ability to stream their favourite films through the Internet at super high speeds thanks to its 4G capability and mobile HD. If watching video wasn’t enough, users can record their own using the 720p resolution HD
camcorder, or capture still images with the 5-megapixel camera.
Running the very latest version of the Android operating system, 2.3, (also known as Gingerbread), there is a completely redesigned keyboard as well as a brand new user experience. This is backed up by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor that helps to deliver the amazing quality video and music to your device without
the dreaded buffering or drop outs.
Talk time stands it approximately seven hours, with a standby time of up to 230 hours.
The Galaxy is a truly brilliant phone, but many customers are unaware as to
just how great it is because of how successful the iPhone has proved to be. As mentioned previously, smartphone hunters head straight for the iPhone and consequently miss out on the huge befits associated with the Galaxy.
It provides everything you could possibly want from a smartphone, without the hefty price tag associated with a number of luxury items from the major brands.