Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy J3 with S bike mode, a feature to make two-wheelers riding smooth and hassle free.
When a rider receives a call, the Samsung Galaxy J3 will notify the caller through an automated message. The letter will inform the caller about the rider’s inability to take the call and thus, he/ she is uninterrupted.
The working of this device is simple. The riders need to switch to the S bike mode, and the machine informs the caller immediately.
There is a unique option for the caller as well. If the caller wishes to speak urgently, he/ she will need to press one so that the rider is notified and he/ she can dial the number immediately.
The smartphone has a 5 inch HD Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 720*1280 pixels and 249ppi pixel density. It also has 1.5 GHz QuadCore processor and 1.5 GB RAM with a storage capacity of 8GB AND 16GB.
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The Samsung Galaxy J3 has an 8-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel camera to click selfies.
The Samsung officials are happy with this invention as this device encourages responsible riding and safety of the rider.
In September 2015, the J series was unveiled with the Ultra Data Saving (UDS) mode. This enabled the user to save 50 percent of data usage.
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The music lovers need not worry as the app has an option of data saving for popular music streaming apps.
The S bike mode will soon be available across 4G enabled Samsung Galaxy J series. Samsung’s Indian research and development centres have developed the UDS and the newly launched S bike mode applications.
The Samsung Galaxy J3, available in three colours- black, white and gold and costs Rs 8990.