Tags: Blackberry Hardware Software Mobile Fusion Device Management, Camera, device, disabled, Galaxy Core Advance, Instant Voice Recorder, Light Sensing, mobile, Optical Scan, Phone, Samsung, Smartphone, smartphones, Visually Impaired.
Posted 12/16/2013 at 2:04 PM
Posted 3 years ago
Shoppers on a tight budget in early 2014 can get a taste of what Korea’s Samsung corporation will unsheathe with its Galaxy Core Advance smartphone via handset specifications being made available to the tech-conscious consumer. But its not designed internally just for those strapped for cash as it is also/dually for the visually impaired and disabled.
Samsung intoned: “(The) Galaxy Core Advance also provides convenient usability functions and enhanced accessibility features for disabled and visually impaired users. Key usability and accessibility features include Optical Scan that automatically recognizes text from an image and reads it aloud to the user.
Light Sensing technology that uses the device’s camera to sense light direction and brightness, and Instant Voice Recorder that offers simplified access to make quick voice notes.”