This is a demo video, showing the new SmartWatch and Smart Wireless Headset pro. Also hear Senior developer Magnus Helgstrand, and Business manager Jonas Olsson, talk about the new Smart Extension SDK, which enables you to develop your own Smart Watch and Smart Wireless Headset pro apps and widgets.
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If there is one company challenging Apple in the smartphone world, it is Samsung. The consumer electronics giant is now officially the world’s largest maker of phones. By some reckoning it is also the biggest maker of smartphones (although that is debateable). For the company’s bottom line that hardly matters. After all, most of Apple’s products could quite as well carry the label “Samsung inside”, with the South Korean firm providing most of the key hardware components in Apple’s mobile devices. Many of Samsung’s and Apples rivals have faltered in recent years – not just Nokia, but also Sony and HTC. They failed to innovate fast enough and lost the buzz that no mobile phone maker can do without. Samsung is different. Its designers and engineers have not relaxed while the firm was riding on a high. With the new Galaxy S3 they have clearly managed to move to the front of the smartphone field, ahead of mighty Apple itself. The S3 with its 4.8 inch screen is a big phone, but very slim as well. Tiny hands won’t be able to grasp it comfortably. But it feels surprisingly light, weighing in at a mere 133 grams. The Samsung marketing team speaks of an “organic design,” which is pushing it a bit, but the phone is very comfortable to the touch. The bright 4.8 inch screen will appeal to users who value larger displays Most impressive is probably the 8 megapixel camera, which boasts “zero shutter lag” and a burst speed of 3.3 pictures per second, for up to 20 pictures. Staying awake
Video Rating: 4 / 5