Samsung fans will probably be thrilled to find out that their favorite brand will soon launch a Tag+ toy and a personalized smart TV. All Samsung users were glad to hear a few rumors about the Galaxy S8 which was announced by the Korean company among many other products. The company wants to show its fans that it is bound to develop other devices aside from smartphones.
Some of the devices which were announced are still in the planning stage, needing a lot more effort and thinking until they are properly designed and then developed. Two of these products include a tool used on your skin to establish a diagnosis and a Bluetooth toy for children. The toy was named Tag+, and it was designed to look just like a plastic button. Nevertheless, Samsung stated that this simplified tool represents a more sophisticated technology, being part of a toy ecosystem.
The ecosystem is meant to resemble a multiplayer online game. The use of the new toy depends on how the kid uses it. If he or she bumps, shakes, clicks or long-presses the Tag+, then the device will send different signals to the companion app. With a simple click, you will see the instruction manual which will guide you through the use of the toy adapting it to the style of your kid.
If your child likes Lego, then he or she will be able to play the game which will be designed with diagrams and figures that look like Lego. If you shake the device, the app will be able to see every kid in the world who uses the tool at the same time as you do.
The other new device mentioned above is called S-Skin. Samsung has designed this to help you avoid several visits to dermatologists and hospitals. The new and revolutionary tool is bound to help people help themselves. It looks like a small patch which was developed to use a LED light to scan your skin to establish melanin, redness, and your level of hydration.
Both devices are still undergoing a lot of tests, being in the developmental phase. They are both meant to fuel the idea implemented by Samsung regarding the reduction of power consumption, also increasing the performance of processors and chipsets.
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