Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is not yet out in the market, still the device is a hot topic among tech gossipers. So much has been written about the device; its advanced S Pen functionality, processor, and gorgeous 6.3-inch display. Now the buzz is that Samsung is prepping to add S Orb feature, a replica of Google Photo Sphere, would be included in the sequel to Galaxy Note 3.
The coming of S Orb functionality is not new to Samsung next-generation devices. Samsung could have added S Orb feature inside the Galaxy S4, but the feature was not ready at that point of time. Now the software is ready, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be first handset to get a taste of S Orb feature, as per Android Geeks source.
"The Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie software update that will roll out post Galaxy Note 3 launch will bring the S Orb camera feature and other Note 3-specific features on the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2".
S Orb will work exactly like Google Photo Sphere. Samsung is working closely with world's most popular social network in order to sync Facebook with S Orb. The S Orb feature will hit Galaxy S4 first then on other high-end devices from Samsung.
Google Photo Sphere
Photo Sphere by Google, works on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean based devices. Basically, it makes you take 360- degree panoramic shots as you spin around. It is not exactly a panoramic mode; it put in a sphere, and moves it around inside. You can always up- down or right-left. Later, you can share images on Google + or even Google Maps.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the most advance device, when it launches later this year at IFA Berlin. It is said that Samsung is working hard on a make bendable, flexible and unbreakable display technology to be used to manufacture Galaxy Note 3. Display wise, it be arrive either in 5.9-inch Full HD 1080p resolution or speculated 6.3-inch 1080p display.
The firm has shown its power by announcing Octa-core processor fitted inside the Galaxy S4. So, it is safe to say that ultra high -end processor like 8 -core one, is destined to arrive on the Galaxy Note 3. Samsung could opt for 3GB of RAM instead of regular 2GB RAM. Samsung is also working closely to enhance S Pen functionality. The device will arrive with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie out of the box. It is to be seen whether the above mentioned specifications will find place in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or not. Stay tuned to GizBot.