Launch of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge approaches: see 13 news of appliances

Launch of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge approaches: see 13 news of appliances:

Next Tuesday (14), Samsung officially launches in Brazil the Galaxy S6 and your Edge version. While the main information is not disclosed, the price, of course, check below for a list of updates that the devices bring:

1) automatic audio equalization: the Galaxy S6, as well as the Edge version, has the ability to automatically detect the phone's features in use. This is possible thanks to built-in audio chip in the new smartphones, which has one of the best signal-to-noise ratios (SNR), and can play up to 192 kHz with a high quality sound source.

2) high-fidelity audio support: the Galaxy S6 offers even more sound sources, such as FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Code) and UHQ (Ultra High Quality) formats, in addition to general formats. It also supports Sound Alive (Stereo, EQ) and Adapt Sound (sound quality optimization according to the audibility).

3) Fast charging: With just 10 minutes into the outlet, the user will have four hours of use from using the charger that came with the device. In S6 and S6 Edge the display power consumption, processor and other components have been enhanced to allow up to 20 hours of use on a single charge depending on the manufacturer. Samsung also optimized devices to automatically reduce power consumption based on each user's habits.

4) Battery management: another available resource is the Smart Manager, which shows which applications use more battery, so you better manage the time use of certain applications.

5) Wireless Charging: what differentiates the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Galaxy Edge is that both support the two international standards available endless loading: WPC (Wireless Power Consortium) and PMA (Power Matters Alliance), allowing compatibility with virtually any Wireless charging base currently on the market. Also, when designing wireless charging components, Samsung decided to start from scratch, abandoning all existing methods to design the coil, which is the key component for charging wireless.

Samsung wanted to make a smaller coil, and accomplished this by combining two separate coils and inserting it into two superimposed layers of magnetic shielding so that the magnetic field can not leak. The result was a charging component only 0.27 mm thick.

6) Sophisticated design: available in White Pearl (pearl white), Black Sapphire (black) and Platinum Gold (gold) in both models and Emerald Green (emerald green, exclusive to the Galaxy S6 Edge) and Blue Topaz (blue topaz, only Galaxy S6), these colors are reflected by the premium metal finish on XDR-glass (Gorilla Glass 4) of the apparatus. The sides of the metal is matte and matte, to constrastar with the brightness of the colors of glasses.

7) Built-in memory based on the UFS standard: normally, smartphones and tablets using eMMC (embedded multimedia card) to store information. With the launch of Galaxy S6 and Edge, Samsung announced the mass production of the first solution integrated 128GB memory industry based on the standard Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0.

UFS is a Flash memory future option, used to store files. The UFS 2.0, the most advanced JEDEC standard, offers fast read and sequential write fast enough to compete with SSDs, combined with the low power consumption of integrated multimedia eMMC cards. Along with faster startup, the next generation of flash storage offers faster response input and output data, file copy three times faster and three times the multitasking capability. For the average consumer, this means watch high quality videos, games and other high-bandwidth entertainment, along with running multiple applications and download or upload files.

8) Security Intel already installed on Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge: The Samsung Galaxy S6 devices will be marketed worldwide with antimalware technology McAfee VirusScan Mobile Intel Security. With pre-installed solution, users will have scanned and incorporated antimalware protection and enabled on their new handsets. McAfee VirusScan Mobile is a system that examines applications and files both the machine and SD (Secure Digital), helping to prevent the virus of corruption, worms, Trojan horses and other malicious code.

9) Samsung Pay now with support from Mastercard: Samsung Pay, mobile payment service, will allow MasterCard cardholders shopping in physical stores only with the smartphone. MasterCard Digital Enablement Service (DEMs) allows credit card holders and debit MasterCard use the Samsung Pay. When creating a secure payment experience, the Samsung Pay employs standard encryption industry. The Samsung Pay will be initially launched in the US market in the second half. MasterCard is working with Samsung to deliver the Samsung Pay to consumers in other countries.

Protected by Samsung Knox with fingerprint scanning and advanced use token, the Samsung Pay works with technology Near Field Communication (NFC) and also with Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST). The Samsung Pay was born with the recent acquisition of LoopPay, a mobile solutions provider that transforms magnetic card readers in insurance receptors and contactless payment.

10) Front camera for enhanced selfies: Samsung placed great emphasis on selfies when developing the Galaxy and the Galaxy S6 S6 Edge. An improved front camera was the CMSO image sensor 1 / 4.1-inch, which is 1.4 times larger than its predecessor. The front camera also has 5 megapixels, allowing you to take pictures with higher picture angle, in addition to beautifying enhanced mode.

11) Intelligent Shortcut to the camera: the new smartphone have a number of intelligent features that allow users to access the camera instantly, even when the device is in standby or running multiple applications. Just touching the Home button twice, the user has access to the camera app, it takes only 0.7 seconds to open. Furthermore, there is a mode "Palm Selfie" Galaxy in S6. When you define the "gesture" option in the settings, the way "Palm Selfie" automatically detects the palm and take a picture in two seconds.

12) Best lenses in cameras: both cameras in S6 - front and back - are equipped with F1.9 lens. The iris Galaxy S6 is also 60% higher than the Galaxy S5, which means that it can absorb even more light. Simply put, it provides more information to the camera's image sensor, resulting in much clearer pictures in any setting. Another feature worth mentioning is the Digital Image Stabilization Video (VDIs) in front camera, which significantly reduces camera shake. Samsung also added a professional camera mode, which gives users complete control of how they want to capture any image.

13) improved HDR: new Galaxy S6 have features enhanced High Dynamic Range (HDR). The HDR feature works by combining high and low exposure images to find the perfect balance and thus create a closer picture effect a real image seen through the eyes. Of course, the HDR as such is not new. However, due to the light exposure processing, the user had to select it manually. The cameras Galaxy S6 and S6 Galaxy Edge, however, make this task automatically. Furthermore, Samsung an HDR functionality incorporated in real time, both the front camera and the rear, bringing the HDR quality for selfies. The feature also works for video recording.

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