A batch of test photos for the latest Samsung Galaxy S IV has been leaked, confirming in some way the 13MP rear camera. The photos registered a resolution of 4128 x 2322, which a 9.6 MP and a 13MP can take. It has also been divulged that it will introduce a feature called Orb, which enables 360-deg panorama shots.
A Samsung engineer allegedly states that the Orb may be better than the Photo Sphere and that the camera will have Facebook and Twitter integration. The photos have since been taken down from the Google+ account where they have been grabbed.
Also, there are unconfirmed reports the Galaxy S IV will likely use the Sony Exmor RS sensor, which is what Sony uses for its top-of-the-line smartphones. If this report were true, HDR imaging and recording will be possible and better quality on images taken in low light.
Nexus followers will love the new Android JB 4.2.2 binaries for different devices. Google is definitely showing its support for its Nexus Devices and is also planning to push to Android Open-Source Project or AOSP.
Although the latest Jelly Bean has been out since February, not many devices were fully compatible with it and the release of these binaries will open doors for many Nexus users such as the Nexus, 4, 7, 10 and the Nexus S to fully use and optimize the AOSP.
Other devices such as the Galaxy Nexus (on Verizon) and the Motorola Xoom will also be able to enjoy the latest JB by using these proprietary binaries.
So if you are someone who does not like changing devices all the time trust that these devices will always be taken care of and updated by Google and these just might be the Android devices that you are looking for.
Samsung wants you to pay special attention to its latest Super AMOLED screen display by release this TV commerical, see below. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab S has raised a lot of eyebrows with its impressive Super AMOLED screen of 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution.
Super AMOLED screens were usually criticised for displaying over-saturated colours. However, the new variant of Super AMOLED display used in the Galaxy Tab S can reproduce accurate colours when set to ‘Basic' screen mode.
Younghee Lee, Executive VP of Global Marketing of Samsung Electronics had said, "There is no other tablet on the market that can compete with the unrivaled viewing experience, innovative design aesthetics, and industry-leading productivity features of the Galaxy Tab S".
If you haven't heard, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 are already available in the US since last week for $399 and $499 respectively.
Sonos Controller app lets you manage your music everywhere and it has just updated to its latest version so that users with newer gadgets can already enjoy this awesome application. There are a few differences from the old version but generally, it makes you access your music quicker, while keeping the simple interface that anyone can handle.
Moreover, the Sonos Controller for the iPhone 5 already utilizes the entire screen, with is quite an improvement from the last. On the other hand, the Android version got better with an enhanced search bar to key in your music and provides different media player controls even if the Sonos Controller app is not open.
Both iPhone 5 and Android versions also have the consolidated Favorites Menu to easily access your chosen media from all folders and sites like Spotify and iTunes. Update to version 4.0 now.