Upgrades are all the more welcome in techie world. With Galaxy S4 not yet reached across all the regions, we have already started thinking about Galaxy S5. Galaxy Note 3 series have been just out and, we crave for Note 3 with dual SD card slots so that one of the cards can be switched on at any given point of time to overcome the limitations of internal storage.
After inquiring about the flaws of the Note 2 series, we came across with the problem of storage capacity from the buyers and readers. Though, the buyers were informed about an update in the same to enable users to run apps from an SD card, they long for a built in dual SD card slots in the upcoming Note 3. It would help them run apps from an SD and the other SD card would be used for media content and other files.
According to readers, the idea of dual SD card slots would be “true digital storage heaven” and they would like to welcome Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S5 as well with dual SD card slots. Now, we hope that Samsung must be developing the idea of dual SD card slots in both the phablet-phone series.… Read the rest
Samsung Galaxy S4 is barely out in the market and the tech circles are already abuzz with leaks and speculations linked to the much awaited Galaxy S5. With Apple planning to integrate the coveted features of a fingerprint scanner in its iPhone 5S, Samsung fans are expecting the addition of the same security features in the S5 and the Galaxy Note 3 too.
Speculations regarding these enhanced features are making their rounds for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy S5 alike. Likely to be released at the end of the third quarter of 2013, the security features will beef up the levels of security in phablets, tablets and phones. This will make the in-app authentication and device lock screen features reach new dimensions of functionality and add further value to the flagship products from Samsung.
The signs popping up in the Samsung Galaxy S3’s OS are creating the grounds for the availability of fingerprint scanner technology in the forthcoming devices. According to iOS news forum iOSDoc, the reports published on Tuesday, May 28 reveal that Samsung and Apple are trying to implement this security feature in the Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5 very soon.… Read the rest