NFC enabled Samsung Galaxy Victory
Samsung Galaxy Victory™ 4G LTE at Sprint USA. This budget smartphone took me by surprise. NFC chip and enabled for Google Wallet, but he didn’t appear in Mastercard’s or Visa’s list with approved phones .. ? A bit strange.
Update; He’s in the list, Mastercard was a little late updating the list with approved devices.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
1.2GHz dual-core processor
4-inch touchscreen display
5 Mp rear-facing camera with LED flash and video capture
1.3 Mp front-facing camera that can be used for video chat
(In Sprint’s press-releases always attention for the truly Unlimited experience with Sprint Everything Data plans, starting at just $79.99per month for smartphones.)
Google Wallet, contactless payments using Near Field Communication (NFC)
S Voice™ search function, a “natural language user interface that enables search and basic device-user communication. It can be used to turn the volume up or down on the music player, answer or reject incoming calls, shut off or choose to snooze the alarm clock or take a picture by saying “smile” or “cheese.””
S Beam; device-to-device sharing through NFC technology “This allows a 1GB file to be shared within minutes and a 10MB file within seconds by simply touching another S Beam enabled phone.”
AllShare® Play; “allows users to wirelessly connect Galaxy Victory to their PC, tablet or television to immediately share files, stream music, user-generated videos, photos and other DRM-free content to AllShare-enabled devices using Wi-Fi®. It also allows the user to remotely access files on up to six Samsung devices.”
AllShare Group Cast; lets the user share a presentation or photo album in real time with multiple friends on the same Wi-Fi network.
Sept.16 ’12 at Sprint, no info about other countries.