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Monday, 21 August 2017

Samsung's invention that will never copy Apple



Although in this Samsung 2017 seems to have done the duties in innovation with its S8 and Note8, the reality is that until recently, Apple was the signature that marked trend in terms of design, features and novelties , something that we hope to resume With the iPhone 8.

In fact, you do not have to go very far: a few weeks ago Apple patented a gadget to help people with hearing difficulties in their use of the iPhone. The same is true for software with its "do not disturb the steering wheel" . It is a reality, Apple is synonymous with innovation and cutting edge .


On the other hand, aside from the good work done by the Koreans this year with a terminal that is simply impressive in appearance and screen - although we remember that their "innovative" facial recognition can easily be trolled with a photo of the card - to date Has had no qualms about being inspired by the apple bite company.

You do not have to go far to see it: you copied it on the 3D Touch , with the integration of the dual camera on your devices, also removed the headphone output and of course, by removing the Home button . The truth is that the history of inspiration of Samsung in Apple is endless , suffice to say that his journey in the courts is already eternal.


But Samsung has been unmarked and if you settle for the Koreans in the purchase of your next terminal you could find that it has a breathalyzer. It is not a joke. And is that just patented an alcohol meter inside a device similar to the S-Pen that could measure the amount of alcohol in blood as we speak . By the way, it would also detect our bad breath.

At the moment, it is unknown when Samsung will introduce it in their devices or if on the contrary finally discard it, like so many other inventions that will not see the light in the market. What do you think of the invention? Should Apple note and bet on something similar?

Via | Andro4All

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