Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 are speculated to release soon. The buzz is that Samsung will launch both the phones at MWC in February.
Though the Korean giant has not made any official announcement regarding the release of the phones, it is rumored that both the devices will come with enhanced air view features and Synaptics technology.
Tech analysts predict that Note 4 will come with improved S-Pen features and users will get to experience new features in the TSP of Note 4 as well as S5. Samsung has tied with Synaptics, one of the leading touch chip makers and it is expected that both the phones will come with improved hovering detection capabilities and better passive pen writing functions.
The reports suggest that to attract the consumers Samsung wants to provide better hovering and Air View features to its customers. Better hovering solutions will solve the recognition issues faced in close touchscreen ranges.
Even Air View functions and Air Gesture controls are being worked upon. Apparently, Samsung plans to better these features not only in upcoming models but also in Galaxy S4 and Note 3.
Note 4 and S5 may also be priced lesser than its predecessors as the manufacturing cost is being reduced. IBTimes.com.au reported, “The new product will provide a variety of additional functions. However, its manufacturing cost will be lowered so as to decrease the burden on customers,” according to a Synaptics insider. The device usability and consumer convenience have been enhanced for this product.”