Every Bike rider realize the danger of receiving calls while in motion,
but that doesn’t stop all of them. The new Samsung’s Galaxy J3 (6) smartphone
is a grate attempt to make their lives easier. The South Korean company on
last Thursday Launched the Galaxy J3 (2016) with S Bike mode, which Samsung
says is an “industry-first” feature designed for two-wheeler riders. At the launch,
we got to spend a little time with the new Samsung J3 (6) and see how
the S Bike mode works.
Biking and mobility aren’t exactly the best of friends and neither we nor Samsung
cheer up bike riders to flout any traffic rules, with or without the Galaxy J3 (2016).
But at least there’s now a way to make them : biking and mobility : come to the table.
It’s made for India, and completely made in India. Samsung appeal it the S Bike Mode.
The S Bike mode has an easy-to-use interface which shows the user a log of calls which
have been suppressed. The Smart Reply option also allows the Samsung J3 user to
select contacts that will receive a predefined text message with an estimate of when
the user is likely to be available for a call based on a trip destination entered by
the user before setting off on the ride. Samsung has also introduced built-in reward
plans for Galaxy J3 (6) users which will allow active riders earn up to Rs. 1,500 per
month from Freecharge.
Specifications : Samsung Galaxy J3
- Display : 5.70-inch
- Processor : 1.5 GHz
- Camera : Rear – 8-megapixel, Front- 5-megapixel
- Resolution : 720×1280 pixels
- RAM : 1.5 GB
- OS : Android 5.1
- Storage : 8GB
- Battery capacity : 2600
- Chipset : Spreadtrum SC8830
- CPU : Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7