Wait And Watch For The Coming Of Galaxy S3

Study below to figure out concerning most of the Samsung Galaxy S3’s features, specs, and so launch date.

Design:
Samsung has decided that the style and design behind the Galaxy S3 needs to be a nature theme. A direct quote from Samsung affirms that the S3 is, “inspired by nature and designed for humans it sees, listens, responds, and also permits you to share the greatest moments”. The Super AMOLED HD display screen on the Galaxy S3 will be the greatest display screen out within the marketplace for mobile phones. The screen is 4.8 inches in size, that renders it the biggest on the marketplace as well.

Interface:
Making the smartphone consistent with its nature theme, the S3 has sounds along the lines of dripping water whenever you unlock the tool or maybe when touching menu features.

The Touchwiz program was retooled for efficiency of access. The dock in the bottom of the monitor now keeps 5 products. The 4.8 inch monitor is most certainly can be seen capable of working with the extra icons.

Tech:
A modern technology for the Galaxy S3 is referred to as Smart Stay. It makes use of the digital camera to track the motion of your eyes. This lets for the display to “know” once you is looking at it to make sure that characteristics just like the back light don’t dim if you are looking at the screen. Keeping with the Smart labeling schema, the S3 also boasts a characteristic known as Smart Voice. This is comparable to SIRI on the Apple iPhone 4S. It helps to use your voice to issue voice commands to the smartphone.

A element designated Direct Call also allows for you to make a call to somebody directly from a message.

Camera:
The camera is certain to be an great attribute on the Galaxy S3. The Samsung Galaxy S3 includes an 8 megapixel back camera. The front camera is 1.2 mega pixels. The camera is competent at recording video at 720p.

The camera has normal abilities along the lines of facial recognition, burst mode, High Dynamic Range, panorama, smile shot, beauty mode along with others.

Apps:
One of the essential top features of smartphones are the applications. The Samsung Galaxy S3 has new apps, S Suggests and also S Memo. Quite a few necessary programs missing from the S2 are definitely the Reader Hub for catalogues and also newspapers.

The Galaxy S3 even offers the Music Hub which enables anyone to view MP3 music with the Amazon mp3 store.

Battery:
The battery power was improved from 1650mAh(Samsung Galaxy S2) to 2100mAh (Samsung Galaxy S3). This absolutely should provide for a a lot longer battery life than the Samsung Galaxy S2. Samsung has offered the Galaxy S3 will make use of greater power management approaches to deliver lengthier life of the battery than past styles.

Conclusion:
This Samsung Galaxy S3 overview shows that the system has several improved traits to be regarded as one of the better devices on the market today.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 technical specs exhibit its potential over the competitors with its 4.8″ Super AMOLED HD Screen, 1.4GHz Quad Core Exynos processor, Bluetooth 4.0, 64GB Internal Memory, S Beam, S Voice, Eye Catching, lengthier battery lifespan, Pop Up Play, and more.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is appointed to be discharged on June 21, 2012. When you are interested on best places to pick the Samsung Galaxy S3, you can buy it now on Amazon.

Jasper Gratwick has been writing computer and technology articles online for nearly 3 years now. Find more about the newest, useful and interesting smartphone news such as the Galaxy S3.

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The iPhone 7 AND iPhone 6s Are BOTH Coming In 2015

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are only a few months old, but reports are now flying in about Apple’s next-generation iPhones

It might be rather groan-worthy to only just have the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on store shelves and already be talking about the successor model, the iPhone 7, but that’s just the nature of the rumour mill these days. Apple’s established a habit of launching one or two handsets every year, and they’re always planned well in advance, so we knew it was coming and it’s not too surprising the rumours have started already. Truth be told, if anything they’re a little late, as we were already hearing about the iPhone 6 before the iPhone 5S even launched.

The company’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus continue to sell well, breaking Apple’s previous iPhone 5s/iPhone 5c records and securing the company a 40% market share in the UK, according to market research firm Kantor Worldpanel ComTech. Both devices scored solid ratings in our tests but, for us, the iPhone 6 Plus is the one most people should be bothered about and the reason for this is starkly simple: its battery life is PHENOMENAL.

The only real down-side to all this extra battery power is the size of the handset, though after a few weeks use we’re pretty much used to the size of the iPhone 6 Plus. Still: the handset could be too large a switch for those coming from, say, an iPhone 4s. But if you’re prepared to hold on a few months there is already plenty of conjecture suggesting Apple is looking at bringing yet another 4in iPhone to market in 2015 in order to sate the demand for smaller iPhones.

This new 4in model could well be a reboot of last year’s iPhone 5c model, meaning a mid-market handset aimed at the masses. The 5c — despite initial reactions from the press — turned out to be rather popular with consumers. It didn’t sell in iPhone 5s-like quantities, but you do see a lot of them knocking about — the colour options were a master stroke, so expect them to return next year should Apple reboot the line.

Another hefty rumour now gaining traction is of a larger, more enterprise-focused iPad Pro. The slate will apparently feature a 12.2in display, possibly a split-screen mode in iOS, and plenty of additional memory for improved performance. Just before the Christmas break reports began circulating about the iPad Pro having 4GB of RAM.

Couple these with the Apple Watch (as well as another iOS update) and 2015 looks to be shaping up to be another MASSIVE year for Apple.
But In 2015 Apple Will STAGGER Its iPhone Launches — Apparently

In 2015 all this could change, however, as reports suggest Apple is looking at halving its smartphone update cycle in 2015, meaning we could see two iPhone launches in a single year. Reports suggest the company is potentially prepping the release of one handset — the iPhone 6s — alongside the Apple Watch during the first half of 2015 and then another — the iPhone 7 — in the iPhone’s usual late-Q3 launch spot.

Aditional reports from earlier in the week claimed Apple is looking to discontinue the iPhone 5c and iPhone 4s, with production of the handsets widing down in the second half of 2015. Apple has yet to comment on the rumour — it never does — and we, for one, will certainly be sad to see the back of the iPhone 5c.

“The new schedule is expected to stagger the releases of two devices in 2015 to capitalise on sales,” reports The Mail Online. “Apple could release the iPhone 6S to people who want to upgrade to a slightly cheaper model, before announcing its flagship iPhone 7 in the autumn.”

“A new report out of Taiwan claims Apple is planning to double the RAM for next year’s iPhones and iPads,” reports TechnoBuffallo. “That would mean 2GB of RAM in new smartphones and 4GB of RAM in new tablets. While Apple’s devices generally run pretty smooth more RAM could mean improved multi-tasking, especially in Safari where opening too many tabs at once often causes them to reload.”

Outside the Apple ecosystem, Sony recently experimented with fast update cycles to its Xperia Z handsets, releasing the Xperia Z2 and the Xperia Z3 inside 12 months. Interestingly, Sony has since stated that it may be reconsidering the switch and reverting back to a more traditional once-a-year-release-schedule.

“Our source says that Apple is hesitant about launching the iWatch in the spring of 2015 without a new iPhone to go along with it,” said the report. “This could give hesitant consumers an excuse to wait on buying both until the fall.”

There’s been little other evidence to back up the claims, however, and while the idea if Apple staggering its handset releases does kind of make sense — you have two distinct sales periods instead of one — it could just be hearsay, yet another rumour in the on-going “this is what the next iPhone will be like-saga”. Still, it is certainly a very interesting turn of events: would staggering the release of handsets mean more sales?
Apple Might Make A Mini iPhone Too

There has also been plenty of talk about Apple producing another, smaller handset too. According to rumours, Apple is keen to build another iPhone 5c-sized handset at some point in the next 12 months in order to keep the millions of people that prefer that sized handset happy.

According to information from a Taiwanese parts supplier the iPhone Mini will feature a 4in display and is set to launch in 2015.

The iPhone 6 marked the end of the 4in display that was seen on the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c as Apple adopted a 4.7in screen. The iPhone 6 Plus took it to new heights with a 5.5in display.

Critically the iPhone 6 display has been well received – it seems Apple isn’t all that confident in the new size though. Rumours suggest the iPhone Plus range will continue as well as the flagship size, that may mean we’ll see three different phone sizes in 2015.

Rumours also suggest the iPhone 5c will be dropped from the product line up next year. It’ll be replaced by the iPhone 5s as the free option for contracts. That does raise the question of where a 4in iPhone Mini would fit into the product line up.
iPhone 7 Design — Should You Expect Changes?

Apple tends to leave its design well alone between iterations of iPhone, saving the BIG design updates for every other cycle, as evidenced by the big switch from the iPhone 5 to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. This means — should Apple stick to its guns — that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 shouldn’t look too different to current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models.

“However,” says Mac World, “if Apple does decide to go for a new design for the iPhone 7, we actually think it could be thicker than the iPhone 6, with what Apple calls “sidewall displays.”

The report added: “Apple has published a patent relating to such displays, which hints at a future iPhone with a display that extends onto the sides of the device, providing interactive or touch sensitive portions that give access to the slide to unlock functionality, music player controls, messaging readout, caller ID, system controls and more.”

One area where Apple could differentiate the handsets, though, is to do with build materials. People have been talking about Liquid Metal for a LONG time now and the reason is because Apple has long been interested in the material for its mobile phones. Could we see Liquid Metal take centre stage in the iPhone 7? Build materials and durability are two very important factors and, as any iPhone 6 Plus user will tell you, having to use a case on your shiny new handset is a pain in the ass — I’d love to be able to keep it oh natural and not have to worry about scuffs and scrapes.
iPhone 7 Camera Update — The BIGGEST In Apple’s HISTORY

Apple’s next iPhone model, which until we hear otherwise will be referred to as the iPhone 7, will allegedly come with a dual-lens camera setup, according to reports. The word comes via Daring Fireball’s John Gruber, who, during his latest “The Talk Show” podcast claimed he’d heard from “a birdie of a birdie” that Apple’s next phone will feature the “biggest camera jump ever.”

“I’ve heard that it’s some kind of weird two-lens system where the back camera uses two lenses and it somehow takes it up into DSLR quality imagery,” he said.

The immediate and understandable reaction to this is something along the lines of, “what on earth is he blathering about, that’s pretty damn vague and the iPhone 6 only just came out, this is sensationalist bullcrap!” That’s certainly possible, yes; the rumour mill always starts ridiculously early and is fuelled by wild analyst speculation , and a large chunk of it is ill-informed (captive analysts are far more sensible).

But there are a number of reasons to take this news from Gruber a bit more seriously. One, with the way the industry, and particularly Apple, works you can bet your life the next iPhone is already in development, and probably has been for some time. Two, Daring Fireball has actually gone about debunking some device rumours in the past, so is not exactly in the business of sowing misinformation.

On top of this, a dual-camera setup already exists aboard the HTC One M8, though it was not very well received due to HTC’s use of a lower resolution sensor — still, it’s not exactly fantasy at any rate. While HTC’s tech didn’t live up to expectations, it is true that it used the additional depth sensor to create a depth-of-field effect, which is what DSLR cameras do. The difference being that proper DSLRs do it at a hardware level, while HTC used spatial data and software algorithms.

Lastly, Apple’s usual sensor supplier is Sony, which has recently announced a new sensor it’ll be supplying to, well, whoever wants it really, and that probably includes Apple — it’ll also likely star aboard the new Xperia Z4 handsets said to be in development. This is a new 21-megapixel sensor with a 1/2.4-inch size, making it nice and compact enough for Apple to experiment with in terms of implementation. Apple’s known to have filed a patent inside 2014 for interchangeable camera lenses, which could also be at play here if users are able to swap fixed focal-length attachment lenses to achieve that DSLR-like depth-of-field.

That is, of course, assuming Apple would make use of Sony’s latest sensor. For a while now Apple has been down-playing the megapixel rating by repeatedly implementing 8MP sensors with some clever hardware and software tweaks to improve image quality and capture capabilities. A switch to a 21MP sensor would see an end to that, however, it’s more likely Apple would make such a move if it could justify it through extra features, such as intercahngeable lenses or improved depth-of-field, rather than simply ramping up the megapixels arbitrarily. On top of that, Apple talked about optimal display sizes or the lack of a need for an iPad Mini for years before eventually changing its mind, so a U-turn isn’t out of the question.

Stuff then waded in with speculation about the iPhone 7’s design, build materials and how it will look largely the same as the iPhone 6 Plus: “Past rumours have pointed to liquidmetal being used to make up the iPhone’s body, supported by an Apple patent outlining how the material could be used in future iPhones and watches. The advanced alloy, made from a mix of aluminium, titanium, copper and nickel is more resistant to dents and scratches than aluminium itself. Apple has also used the material to make some of its SIM ejector tools, as part of a low-risk test of its manufacturing capabilities. That may not represent absolute proof, but it’s a good start.”
iPhone 7 Concepts: An All-Screen Affair, Reckons Hajek

If you follow iPhone rumours you know who Martin Hajek is… and if you don’t, well, he’s basically a designer that produces photo-realistic iPhone mock-ups, based on rumoured spec and hardware. The results of his endeavours are always interested and, as a result, appear everywhere on the web. And when you take a look at his latest iPhone 7 designs, done in conjunction with Business Insider, you’ll see why…

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IPhone 7 Coming With Laser Keyboard Option

This will believably be the wonderful achievement of Apple for the last few years. Magic Cube is a device which projects a laser keyboard and can be used with PC’s, iOS and Android devices. What Apple has to do is just implement the technology in the upcoming iPhone 7.

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Watch the video below and get to know how the Magic Cube works.

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iPhone 6c Coming This Year

With each passing day, we seem to come across more reports and rumors that “reconfirm” iPhone 6c’s existence. It was only yesterday when we reported that Foxconn may have begun hiring new workers in anticipation of a November iPhone 6c release, and today we circle back to Apple’s fabled “low-cost” iPhone for a new round of promising reports.

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Based on all the rumors so far, the iPhone 6c will sport a 4-inch display, and should be unveiled along with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. However, industry insiders have also explored the possibility that the iPhone 6c might not be released this year. It has also been speculated that it might not see the light of day at all to prevent “cannibalization” in the iPhone lineup.

How the story will eventually end, we can’t say for sure, but we have good news for those who are excited by the prospect of an iPhone 6c. Earlier today, IHS’ Technology Research Director in China, Kevin Wang, reconfirmed that the aforementioned device should be coming this year. More details after a short break.

While we cannot be entirely certain that the iPhone 6c is in the works – at least not until Apple spills the beans one way or another – IHS’ Kevin Wang seems to be of the opinion that the aforementioned device will see the light of day by the end of 2015.

In a recent post on Weibo, Kevin Wang wrote that the “low-cost” 6c will be launched in 2015 and that sales figures will be on the rise. Furthermore, he added that Apple continues to expand its business beyond the smartphone segment and into the automotive market, where it might partner up with the likes of BMW and Mercedes.

As you might know, Apple has had an interest in automotive for quite some time, and the late Steve Jobs himself was planning to design and build an Apple car since before Tesla Motors unveiled its first vehicle – the Tesla Roadster.

But getting back to the matter at hand, the iPhone 6c is apparently on its way and will debut by year’s end – at least according to IHS’ tech research director in China. I guess one more point goes in favor of a 2015 release but as always, the situation is subject to change so treat the information accordingly.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Coming in August

The S6 Edge+ would be a larger-screened version of the regular S6 Edge as Samsung battles to regain lost market share and sales. August could be a busy month for Samsung based on the latest rumors over new smartphones.

Samsung-Galaxy-S6-Edge+

The Korean mobile phone maker will announce and launch both its Galaxy S6 Edge+ and its Galaxy Note 5 big-screened smartphones next month, according to blog site SamMobile, citing information from anonymous “insiders.” Both phones will be unveiled on August 12 and then go on sale August 21, SamMobile’s insiders said.

Samsung needs to rejuvenate its sales and market share, which have taken a turn for the worse over the past year. On July 6, the company revealed that it expects its seventh straight quarterly decline in profits at a time when it’s been losing sales and customers to Apple, on the high end, and to Chinese vendors such as Xiaomi, on the low end. Launching two new big-screened phones, also known as phablets, could be one way to try to recapture lost market share. People have been gravitating more toward phablets, meaning smartphones with screen sizes larger than 5 inches and usually hovering around 5.5 inches.

Reports have been flying back and forth as to whether Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5 in September or August. On July 8, SamMobile claimed the two phones would be announced at the Berin IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin) 2015 conference in September, Samsung’s usual timeframe for unveiling new phones. But last Friday, the Wall Street Journal said the Note 5 would be announced in August in order to beat Apple’s September announcement of its new iPhone lineup. Samsung’s plan to launch both of the new phones at the same time came from Korean press leaks, according to SamMobile, which said it confirmed the information on its end.

Whenever Samsung actually unveils and kicks off sales the two new phones, what features can we expect to see? At the top of the list is larger screens.

The current S6 Edge offers a display size of 5.1 inches, so the Galaxy S6 Edge+ would reportedly top that with a 5.7-inch screen. The Note 5 would follow suit with the same display size.

Like its smaller counterpart, the S6 Edge+ would come with curves on both sides of the screen. The phone would be outfitted with an Exynos 7420 processor — the same chip that powers the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge — and 3 gigabytes of RAM, while the Note 5 would be the first Samsung phone to be packed with 4GB of RAM.

Available in silver, gold, black and white, the Note 5 will sport a very thin bezel, meaning the outside frame around the screen itself, SamMobile said. But it will not come with a microSD slot, which the blog site previously thought would be the case. The Note 5’s S pen stylus will look and feel more like a pen and come in the same colors as the phone itself.

Finally, Samsung will reportedly use the unveiling of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Note 5 to introduce Samsung Pay to the US. Designed to allow mobile phone users to pay for items on the go, Samsung Pay is the company’s answer and rival to Apple Pay, which has already available in the US since last October and has now debuted in the UK.

5G Network with 1TB Download Speed Coming

How would you like a download speed of 1TB per sec on your smartphone? Sounds unbelievable, doesnt it! Researchers at University of Surrey have managed to achieve a breakneck speed of 1TB under test conditions, while testing Fifth Generation Mobile Telephone or 5G network in University of Surrey labs.

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This was disclosed by Professor Rahim Tafazolli at the #V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit. Professor Rahim Tafazolli is the director of the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) at University of Surrey and has been overseeing the 5G tests.

Prof.Rahim told V3 that, “it was the first time in the world that such speeds had been achieved, far faster than any other tests such as Samsung’s 7.5Gbps results.”

Explaining the working of 5GIC, the professor said that it had been researching on the latest technologies which can support 5G services. The technological innovations meant that the research team had been able to achieve the 1TBps results. “We have developed 10 more breakthrough technologies and one of them means we can exceed 1TBps wirelessly. This is the same capacity as fibre optics but we are doing it wirelessly,” he told V3.

Prof. Rahim said that the research team carried out the tests in lab conditions over a distance of 100 meters using transmitters and receivers build by them. He added that they will conduct test outside the university premises in late 2016 or early 2017 and hoped that they could hold a public demonstration in early 2018.

Hoping to stay ahead of other research teams from South Korea, Russia and Japan, the professor stated that, “We want to be the first in the world to show such high speeds.”

Ofcom believes that speeds of 50GB/s is possible on 5G networks when they are deployed commercially but 1TB seems a bit far fetched in the tough physical conditions outside the university test labs. But the professor does not think so, he says that this speed seems achievable provided they can come up with higher latency and reliability.

“An important aspect of 5G is how it will support applications in the future. We don’t know what applications will be in use by 2020, or 2030 or 2040 for that matter, but we know they will be highly sensitive to latency,” he said. “We need to bring end-to-end latency down to below one millisecond so that it can enable new technologies and applications that would just not be possible with 4G,” he added.

Though 5G is only on lab stage right now, commercial deployment of 5G networks will hopefully be started by the year 2020.