Galaxy S5 could natively integrate video conferencing function

Samsung Galaxy S5 natively integrate video conferencing function

Announcing a Smartphone in the Galaxy S range and Galaxy Note, Samsung has used to highlight some new features either in software or hardware. For example, we discovered the Galaxy S4 new smart features, such as smart scroll or the smart button. Next year it will be around the Galaxy S5 to its entry into the arena.

What new features will the Galaxy S5 has? At the moment we are entitled to rumors indicating that the Galaxy S5 is equipped with a feature to make a video call to a number in the same manner as video conferencing. This is probably a feature that will be integrated in the Samsung ChatON service, although it will not be surprising to see coming in the near future the same functionality in the Google Hangout.

Galaxy S5 could natively integrate video conferencing function

As you can see in the diagram below, the system is similar to Hangout service with the image of the user in full above tracking down other stakeholders. On the right, you will have an icon to terminate the call, mute the microphone, simultaneously activate two cameras or switch between the two cameras.

In any case, it seems clear that Samsung intends to push further the ChatON messaging system which is obviously overshadowed by other services such as Whatsapp or the Hangout. Obviously, we are not sure of anything yet, but as Samsung has recently updated its ChatON service, one can expect that the firm benefits from the output of the Galaxy S5 to promote this service.

Anyway, we wish to remind you that always according to rumors, the Galaxy S5 could be equipped with a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. At the rear, you could find a digital camera of 16 MP with the ability to shoot in 4K and OIS optical image stabilizer. Furthermore, it is expected that the apparatus is equipped with a 64-bit processor, and powered by a battery of 4000 mAh.