Samsung Galaxy S III ‘Natural Interaction’ Responds As Per Your Own Tone

Posted on May 3 2012 - 6:21pm by Editorial Staff

With the just-announced Samsung Galaxy S III, the company made it clear that the “natural interaction” for the Galaxy S III is what to be coined as a clever in approach in context with utilizing the camera and various based sensors. The company has named few of the features. Starting with the company present Smart Stay which uses the front camera to identify when your eyes are looking on screen and keeping the display bright for optimal viewing. Another feature name as S Voice, allows for SMS / email dictation, media control, calendar management, and interestingly responds you back when you alarm goes off and goes on “snooze”. Smart Alert will vibrate and let you know about missed calls and notifications if you pick up the device after leaving it idle for some time.

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