Galaxy Note III to arrive this fall with Samsung’s S Orb feature

Samsung logoOne of the features that South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung might include inside its upcoming Galaxy Note III smartphone is supposedly called S Orb, and might contribute to an enhanced photo shooting experience, rumor has it.

Apparently, the feature will be similar to the 360 Photo capabilities that Samsung has packed inside its new flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S4, though it will sport a series of improvements.

According to a recent post on Android Geeks, the feature will enable users to create 360-degree panoramic shots courtesy of this new camera characteristic, which will also be one of the main selling points of the device.

While set to make its debut in Galaxy Note III, the S Orb feature is also rumored to be en route to other high-end devices from Samsung, including the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II.

Source: Softpedia

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