An added functionality for those who love their Galaxy S IV AND their latest Samsung 85-in Ultra HD OLED TV is its built-in remote control capability. Furthermore, aside from the built-in feature, plenty of applications are already in Google Play for use with other phones that also have this feature. The difference with the S IV is that it does not need an application to work with supported televisions.
Samsung first used this technology on the Galaxy Note 8.0, which was called the Samsung Video discovery. With the S 4, it has been optimized for the device and the Korean company even renamed it to ‘WatchOn'. Other non-Galaxy S IV fans may think that all of these "new" features that are found on the just-launched smartphone are spinoffs of originals or have already been introduced by other manufacturers before but Samsung stands by on its conviction that the company developed these from scratch.
Samsung Electronics announced its new sophisticated pixel technology with regard to CMOS image devices, ISOCELL. This new technology substantially increases light sensitivity and effectively regulates the absorption of electrons, leading to higher colour fidelity even just in poor lighting conditions. ISOCELL improves the image quality and enhances the user experience of premium smartphones as well as tablets which integrate sensors with this exciting new technologies.
"Through advances within pixel and procedure technology, smart phone and pill cameras have made it easier than ever for customers to capture and share beautiful, clear pictures with the world. ISOCELL technology is another innovation which significantly raises the bar in picture quality, and shows Samsung's technology leadership in image sensors with regard to mobile devices."
The caliber of an image sensing unit is determined by the quantity of light that is accurately captured by the person pixels within the sensor variety. With the market pressure to increase camera quality and picture quality, without expanding the camera dimension, the pixels have had to shrink, while improving their overall performance at the same time - a challenging job.
To meet this concern, previous sensor technology advancements focused on increasing the light assimilation of each pixel, and have progressed pixel technology from FSI (Entrance Side Lighting) to BSI (Back again Side Illumination) which places photodiode at the top to maximise photoelectric efficiency. While being extremely effective at the time, this BSI technology also faced limitations in improving image quality because pixel sizes continued to decrease.
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There were news that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is going to be launched at Mobile World Congress of 2014 that will take place in Barcelona, Spain during 24 Feb to 27 Feb.
There is no details about the specifications of the Galaxy S5 but as based on the our sources and Korean reports, the Samsung Galaxy S5 will feature an Eye-Scanning unlock capability which lets you to unlock their Samsung Galaxy S5 via scanning their eyes.
According to the rumors, Samsung has started working on the sensor that will be equipped on the Samsung Galaxy S5 to allow the users to protect their device more like never before.Unfortunately, there is no information on how this Eye-Scanning sensor will work but Samsung has decided to go one step ahead of other manufacturers as the HTC and Apple has recently introduced fingerprint sensors in their latest flagships but these fingerprint sensors are not working well as expected and many ways found to bypass this fingerprint lock.
Its like Samsung is looking to make something special for the customers but keep in mind that all of this information is not linked to any official or reliable sources, so take it as a rumor for now.
According to news by the Korean media, the Samsung Galaxy S5 will come with a swipe fingerprint sensor, and this new sensor has apparently been developed in house by Samsung. Unlike Apple's Touch ID scanner, this won't be a touch-and-hold affair but rather a swipe recognition system - which sounds similar to the LG G2 unlock button, but with recognition.
One of the challenges that Apple faced with their iPhone 5S, was supply of the handset when it launched due to the fingerprint sensor, this is something that Samsung could avoid, as they will apparently manufacture the sensor themselves.
The Galaxy S5 is rumored to come with a 5.25 inch display that will have a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, and it looks like Samsung will launch the handset with different processors in different regions.
The Galaxy S5 is also said to come with a 16 megapixel camera, this will apparently be Samsung's ISOCELL camera, and the device will also feature a front facing 3.2 megapixel camera.
Expect to see Samsung unveil the Galaxy S5 on 24 February in Barcelona.