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Monday, March 18, 2013

Keys to a new Samsung Galaxy


The new Samsung phone will become a year in all probability, in the best-selling Android model and popular market. Not without reason, is a major terminal. After the event yesterday I try to approach some of the functions and there is little to criticize and much to praise. As in 2012 I think Samsung has opted for a phone centered services and functions in software rather than hardware. Not to say that the hardware is bad.Quite the contrary. But the main argument to sell Samsung Galaxy S4 will not "look how powerful it is," but "look what I can do with it."
Some notes
1. Samsung has a powerful phone but this year the competition is not only Cupertino. Sony and HTC have created high-end devices with excellent design and high performance. Google seems determined to be the low and mid range with Nexus so the shelter of other manufacturers are now in the high range.
2. Samsung returns to polycarbonate (plastic) for the housing of Galaxy S4 but definitely feel better in the hand than the S III. It conveys the feeling of being weak or fragile, but a little more care in the materials they would not have gone bad.
3. Many equate the S4 to what the Apple iPhone 4S was for a review of the second year that a new device . It is likely but not bad. Most people do not change phones every year, but every two or more. For manufacturers this business model, known in the industry as " tick-tock", makes more sense.
4. Speaking of change phones, an interesting detail and that he has not been given much attention is that Samsung has created a migration assistant for PC designed to extract information from other brands of phones (including iPhones) and bring the new Galaxy. Smart.
5. A nod to the market hoping empresrial and there, though small. S4 is the first phone from Samsung equipped with Knox, the security platform to use the same phone both at work and at home (separates both facets of the user).Samsung is ahead of the rest of the conquest by Android in enterprise environments.
6. At no time of the conference there was reference to Android or Google. The Android version of the Galaxy using S4, Jelly Bean, appeared only in the final sheet detailed features. I think it's significant.
7. Too early to get a good idea of the possibilities phone. At Radio City Music Hall many services, such as translation, were impossible to prove. Without them perspective loses the advantage of the terminal. The scroll by moving / tilt and pause videos due to lack of user attention if they worked but I'm not sure it will be widely used.
8. This event was dubbed Unpacked: Episode I, a fact that suggests future releases throughout the year. The rumor is that the end of the year Samsung will launch a high-end smartphone with the same services but using the Tizen operating system (a development own) instead of Android.
9. As with the S III there are two models of S4. One Exynos processor 5 and another with Qualcomm chipset. The first processor has eight cores, but is best defined as a dual quad-core processor, as it uses only the first four or four seconds depending on the power required by the task (one of the sets is low power consumption) .
10. There are several shooting modes. So many, in fact, it can be overwhelming. Still, there are some curious. The "draft" mode, for example, takes five photos and eliminates any moving object in the bottom of the image.Perfect for taking pictures of monuments without people or taking family photo of the traveler sneaking just clueless.
11. Almost a decade ago that the infrared port began to disappear from the mobile but this year has become strong in virtually most high-end devices. The S4 is no exception. Because it can function as universal remote control.

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