Samsung Galaxy Note III to come with new S Orb panorama software?

Samsung Galaxy Note III to come with new S Orb panorama software?

While we’re still a long way from the Samsung Galaxy Note III official announcement, that doesn’t stop rumors from piling in. The latest we’ve caught suggests that the next Note will come with S Orb, which is a panoramic photo feature similar to Google’s Photo Sphere.

According to the AndroidGeeks website, the new feature will be included as part of Samsung’s forthcoming Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie update and will also be released for other high-end products like the Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III.

In addition, it is said that the Galaxy Note III will also sport a 5.9-inch full HD screen, Samsung’s octa-core Exynos processor and at least 2GB of RAM (perhaps even more).

As usual, we’ll have to wait for the Note III’s official announcement in September to have all of this confirmed… or not. We’ll see…

[Via: Unwired View]

  • Roaduardo

    Damn it Samsung… I hope the screen size rumor isn’t true. Just stick with 5.5 inches, that’s the ‘phlabet’ sweet spot!

    • Mario Torchio

      NO way, bigger the better. actually 5.9″ is still too small. It should be 7″ same size as the Tab 7″ but thinner to really be a usable tablet with phone.

      • Roaduardo

        Hehe… That’s madness sir!

    • Mario Torchio

      Just buy a Galaxy S if that is how you feel.

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