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Galaxy S 3 audio feature
Ralf Jurrien : June 11th 2012 - 12:45 CET
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ImmersionSamsung Galaxy S 3 audio feature : Immersion Corporation, a leading developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, announced that Samsung has introduced a new feature in their recently announced Samsung Galaxy S 3 handset which uses specially designed algorithms to automatically translate audio from an application into haptic effects, creating a more engaging consumer experience. Based on Immersion’s Reverb technology, the Auto-Haptic feature is designed to enrich entertainment content, while providing consumers with the power to customize their haptic experience at the application level. Users access the Auto-Haptic feature via the Galaxy S 3 Sound settings, and select which apps should have added haptics.

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Galaxy S 3 haptic effects
“Haptic feedback helps create an immersive and lifelike experience in mobile games, and many consumers enjoy recreating the console gaming experience of rumble feedback in their mobile devices,” explains Dennis Sheehan, Vice President of Immersion. “While some app developers have natively designed haptics into their games, Reverb automatically gives consumers access to more haptic-enabled content. But because touch feedback is highly personal, our technology was designed to give customers the flexibility to incorporate haptic effects within the system settings and at the application level.” In addition to Immersion’s Reverb technology, the Samsung Galaxy S 3 also uses Immersion’s embedded TouchSense 3000 software to create more crisp and compelling haptic effects.

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The Galaxy S 3 android phone features a large 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display (1280x720 pixels) which makes it easy to view content and watch HD movies. The new Galaxy S 3 smartphone is equipped with a high-quality 8 megapixel digital camera and a 2.0 megapixel front camera which offer users a wide variety of innovative camera features and face recognition related options that guarantee all special moments are captured easily and instantly. The Samsung Galaxy S 3 smartphone uses a changeable 2100mAh battery which will last up to 13 hours.

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