Samsung builds privacy mode for new Galaxy smartphone

Dec

16

2013

Samsung builds privacy mode for new Galaxy smartphone

Samsung has a privacy mode built for its new smartphone Galaxy Core Advance. This feature called Screen Curtain lets users perform functions, while the display is off. The function should also save battery life.

What features users could run with the screen off, hold Samsung for themselves. It is the first time that the manufacturer so clearly a function propagates as a privacy feature phones. The function has been named Screen Curtain and was probably meant for people who for example, in public transport, like to do on their phone without having people watch. Things in public,

Samsung is aiming the smartphone where the occupants first feature, the Galaxy Core Advance on new features in the field of accessibility. So the camera can scan text and read the same, and Light Sensing, allowing users the intensity and direction of a light source can figure out. Using the camera The Galaxy Core Advance has, unlike Samsung’s main phone Galaxy S4 , or an FM radio on board.

The Galaxy Core Advance has a 4.7 “LCD with a resolution of 800×480 pixels. The Android 4.2 smartphone runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 soc with two processor cores at 1.2 GHz and an Adreno 305 GPU, coupled with a memory the size of 1GB. 4g phone is not on board. The battery has a capacity of 2000mAh, while contemplating the phone 133x71x9, measuring 7mm and 145 grams. Advance Core comes out early next year with an undisclosed price. Whether the phone also comes out in the Netherlands, is unknown.
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