Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Samsung Galaxy S: Smartphone with Easy to Use Software

Samsung Galaxy S is well received by all its customers around the world. The Samsung Galaxy caters to all its customers as it offers a unique option by supporting a very wide range of operating systems. With Google Android acting as a primary operating system, the Galaxy tablet also works on other operating systems like Symbian, Microsoft’s Windows Phone, LiMo based on Linux, and Samsung’s proprietary Bada. While being launched, in July 2010 the galaxy tablet was loaded with Android 2.1 version which has been upgraded to Android 2.2 from November 2010.

The Samsung Galaxy S supports various multimedia file formats like mpeg4, H.264, Sorenson codec, DivX HD; WMV, AVI and various Audio formats like FLAC, WAV, Vorbis, MP3, AAC, WMA, and AC3.

The Samsung Galaxy offers up to seven home screens which can be added, deleted or rearranged by the user. This excellent option is allowed by the latest proprietary Samsung TouchWiz 3.0 user interface employed in the galaxy tablet. The smartphone also offers better user friendliness by offering customizable program menu and the shortcut icons.

The widget interface of the Samsung Galaxy S, gives the essential daily information to the customer in one page. The galaxy tablet offers widgets of daily briefing like news, finance and schedule; weather clock which displays an analog clock with a selected city’s weather; and a buddy widget which gives a short cut to call or text contacts quickly. The Smartphone also offers options through which other standard Android widgets can also be added to the home screens.

The Smartphone also provides software like a reality browser that visualizes GPS direction, and an ebook reader named Aldiko. The software can also be upgraded to various other versions that are available with other generations of Smartphone from Samsung.

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