Likely Samsung Galaxy S IV to manage contactless

14 Feb

 

According to rumors, Samsung will use your smartphone latest chip maXTouch S, which allows the acceptance of gestures navigation of the operating system without touching the screen ….

One of the features of last year’s smartphone Sony Xperia Sola , which distinguish it from other devices technology is ” floating Touch “. Thanks to it, the device management can be done without even touching the screen, and only bringing the fingers to the elements. Korean edition DDaily said something similar may occur in the new flagship of Samsung – Galaxy S IV .

According to rumors, Samsung will use your smartphone latest chip maXTouch S , which allows the acceptance of gestures navigation of the operating system without touching the screen. Also reported that this technology will significantly reduce the power consumption compared to similar solutions. Samsung , according to the latest data may announce new smartphone on March 15, and early sales in Europe is scheduled for April. For the upcoming release of the device speak the first photos taken with the Galaxy S IV , which appeared in the network. In Picasa also lived and photos of the U.S. ( SGH-I337 ) and Korean ( SHV-E300S ) version of the device. Shortly afterwards, the “evidence” were deleted from the author, but because it can be assumed that the currently active conduct testing of the new flagship.

Earlier it was reported that Samsung Galaxy S IV will receive a powerful 8-core Exynos processor 5 Octa, 4,99-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, 2 GB RAM, 13-megapixel camera and 2600 mAh battery. The operating system in the device will be Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean .

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