Tech News #2-Samsung Is Planning Of Its Next Foldable Smartphone,This Is The Real Future pairing Device,Lenovo Future Smartphone Will All Be Moto Devices..
Technology Has Increased His Levels and Now reached up to sky and now one of the leading Brand For Smartphones and has announced for planning for a Foldable Smartphone to be launched soon.
Lets First Talk About Samsung Future Foldable Smartphones- In a recently published patent, Samsung has shown the planning of a new smartphone which can fold in half near the middle, following ideas of futuristic design experimentation. According to reports, the bendable device will be announced in 2017. However, this is just a patent, and there is no surety on whether the components will stay, in the alleged device but as of now there is a high possibility that the bendable smartphone will arrive next year. If this smartphone comes to the market, it will surely be an interesting change, as a smartphone which can fold into half can be easier to carry around. and a curve inside is more comfortable to hold while talking. Samsung’s experiments which smartphones have always been a welcome move.
It has worked a lot on the flexible screens, which is evident in the Galaxy Edge series where a rigid body holds a flexible screen. However, now users might just be able to fold and bend the whole smartphone itself.Surprisingly, this is not the first patent that users have seen on foldable screens. Another patent in the year 2015, had shown designs for foldable devices as well as smartphones which could be rolled up like a scroll. There are a lot of complications while working for foldable devices. Screens are one of the hurdles, as they have to get folded without breaking. While another hurdle is the things inside the body, which has to move too within that space, like imagine a foldable battery. So, as it is, a good thing that Samsung is planning this change, but the bigger question is how long till we can see a proper bendable smartphone? The patent was filed by the company with the Korean Intellectual Property Office, which was reportedly picked by Dutch website Galaxy Club…
That’s The News About Samsung Foldable Future Smartphone…Now Lets See How A Future Device can Help Doctors To Joint Bones and Muscles.. Here Is The News About Future Pairable Device-Imagine a future where Bluetooth pairing is a thing of the past, where all you have to do is touch your phone to a device to have it paired – with no prompts, no menus and no prior knowledge. Unlike NFC, this new technology would offer bi-directional communication for multiple devices, establishing an ad-hoc and anonymous temporary connection. Sound too good to be true?
A new pairing technology has just been presented at the ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces that can do all this and more. Called Cap Cam, it is a novel solution to a familiar problem: quick, easy and reliable pairing of devices.To give you an idea of what it can do, it takes just one second, requires zero configuration and is four times faster than Bluetooth.Cap Cam is a novel solution to a familiar problem: quick, easy and reliable pairing of devices.But what’s perhaps most exciting is that this new technology doesn’t require heavy investment in R&D, expensive new fabrication processes or even revolutionary new hardware. CapCam works, right now, using your smartphone’s existing camera and the kind of capacitive touch screen found everywhere.Imagine walking past a photo wall, placing your phone against it and instantly having that image transferred to your phone for use as a wallpaper. Or pressing your phone to a public touch screen to log into your account. Or being able to drag and drop content from a touch screen onto your smartphone that’s sitting on top of it. Sounds pretty cool.
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How does it work?
The way Cap Cam works is deceptively simple: it uses the multi-touch capacitive matrix present in the touch screen to recognize an object placed on top of it, in this case a smartphone. The screen transmits basic pairing data by modulating the color of pixels under the device’s camera, which the phone then decodes. This information is used to establish a conventional connection (like Wi-Fi), over which content can be sent or received in a highly targeted manner.
The screen transmits basic pairing data by modulating the color of pixels under the device’s camera, which the phone then decodes.
Cap Cam can also track the location of the device on the touch screen, allowing for custom interactions with specific areas of the touch screen to be made locally on your smartphone. In the video below, an anatomical figure provides one example, a game of virtual air hockey another. The phone’s speakers and haptic feedback can also be tapped independently to provide another layer of complexity..
Cap Cam can reportedly pair and transfer data at four times the speed of other camera-based transmission techniques and there’s an entire research paper available if you want to read more about the security and reliability of the system. With a good display, CapCam’s developers report it can transmit 150 bits/second with a 1 percent packet loss rate.
It’s clear that with the rise of IoT and connected devices, a huge, non-tech savvy audience is just waiting to be tapped. It’s equally clear that we’re in dire need of simpler, smarter and more capable pairing solutions than what we currently have.While it’s too early to say if CapCam is the elegant solution to a very ungainly problem, it certainly provides an enticing alternative vision of just how simple device pairing could be in future.
What do you think of Cap Cam? What other applications can you imagine for it?
So This Is New Future Device Which Can Help Doctors Buts That the Future Thing Lets See One More Device Which Is Going To Be Changed In Future yes I am Talking About Lenovo the Phillipini Company And Moto These Companies Are Going To Join Together Lets See Whats Going to Happen In Future Lenovo smartphones..
Lenovo Smartphones With Moto Logo
Lenovo purchased Motorola in 2014, but the company kept its mobile branch separate from Motorola’s. Fast forward two years later and Lenovo is finally ready to make the transition and embrace the Moto brand fully.
A new report coming out of China claims Lenovo will no longer release self-branded phones. Interestingly enough, the Lenovo Phab2 Pro – the world’s first Project Tango phone was launched a few days ago. Still the source claims that Lenovo’s upcoming phones will be marketed under the Moto brand, while the company’s PC and laptop subsidiary will remain as “Lenovo”,
Lenovo decision apparently rests on its Q3 unsatisfactory financial results. The company smartphone’s business (which includes the Lenovo and Moto brands) saw a huge $2 billion decrease (12%) in profits year-on year. But not all was bad, as Lenovo’s mobile business saw a 20% increase in business quarter-over-quarter.
Historically Lenovo has relied on its PC and laptop business which continue to sustain the company and this is still the case today.
Motorola Moto Z Play Droid review: An exceptional phone value that gets even better with MotoMods. The Chinese laptop-making giant is also reshuffling its staffing structure. Gina Qiao former SVP of human resources has been appointed as SVP of Lenovo Mobile Business Group and will replace Xudong Chen.
It certainly seems like Lenovo has admitted defeat, at least while the Western markets are concerned. It will be interesting to follow the evolution of the Moto brand now, especially in markets like China and Asia.
Speaking of which, Lenovo has just announced the Moto M mid-ranger in China. The phone is available for purchase for around $295 a pop. The handset features water-resistant capabilities and comes with a 5.5-inch display with 1080p resolution. There’s a fingerprint sensor living below the camera sensor and an octa-core 2.2GHz MediaTek P15 chispet with Mali-T860MP2 GPU.
The phone comes packing with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, as well as a 16MP main snapper with phase detection auto focus (PDAF) plus an 8MP selfie camera. The Moto M is kept alive by a 3,050 mAh battery and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow ships out with the device. Sorry folks, no Android Nougat for the time being, although an update will probably come at some point.
The phone is presented in Gold and Silver color options! Who knows maybe Lenovo will bring the phone to the US at some point….
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