Potential applications of the Samsung Galaxy S4
It is already known that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be launched on 14th of March Samsung would be considering the possibility of integrating two different processors. According to new rumors, intelligent functions besides we already know, the fourth generation of the Samsung Galaxy S4 come equipped with at least four different applications.
One of the first application had been dubbed S Health. This is an application you probably already know, since in some markets (like the U.S. or the UK) and was operational for the Samsung Galaxy S3. The new edition of S Health, which this time could be run natively on the Samsung Galaxy S4 incorporated major improvements as the user. S Health is an application that works like a little digital doctor, capable of controlling blood pressure or diabetes level. The tool is able to connect via Bluetooth and USB to other devices, such as cardiac connectors. The goal? Follow the evolution of the patient / user through the registration of all data, measuring the amount of exercise and recommending, in case it is needed, a true doctor visit.
The second application built into the phone would payWave. This is a service that facilitates payments via mobile. Itself was created by Samsung in collaboration with Visa and tested in the 2012 London Olympics. This information has been confirmed by Visa, so users can make this valid option. The system works through technology NFC (Near Field Communication). Be seen, in this case, to what extent the user can make use of this option, because the truth is that the NFC is not yet being applied in a standardized way in the real world.
In recent weeks there have been some report that supports the theory that Sony has everything ready to file an application for PlayStation 4 ara iOS and Android. The truth is that right now we are not aware of the name of the first device that could lead installed this app, but the truth is that the Samsung Galaxy S4 would be an excellent choice for the user could take full advantage of this smartphone through video games.
But that’s not all. Samsung presented at Mobile World Congress 2013 a new system called KNOX, whose purpose is to provide an enhanced level of security on smartphones that are used for business / professional and personal. There is a tendency, dubbed BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) that focuses on employees to use personal devices for work, with added advantages as interesting as the increased productivity. This solution has some security risks that can be headed off by Samsung KNOX. Samsung has already announced that this tool software will be available on devices with Android Samsung since the second quarter of 2013. The Samsung Galaxy S4 will be presented to the public at the right time to integrate KNOX natively.