The latest AT&T venture is the introduction of Google’s Android 4.1 system to Samsung’s popular Galaxy S III smartphone. The contending market move is to provide a competitor against the mobile phones models like T-Mobile USA and Sprint Nextel. The gadgets are proud Jelly Bean integrated market holders, and AT&T is eyeing that sector for total one-upmanship.
Is it a Profitable Move for AT&T?
The Android version also known as Jelly Bean, is a one step ahead incorporation that is expected to increase the market value of AT&T. Alongside the new step, there are several other effective installations in the Samsung Galaxy III device.
- A user interface engine called Project Butter.
- Renovated home display screen.
- Google Now application contributing to updates on the local weather conditions and traffic news.
Personalized Features on Updated Samsung Smartphone
The AT&T move enables improved functionality with additional customized characteristics. Refurbished UI of Touch Wiz, new-fangled live camera with camcorder filters, easy mode functionality, pop-up video feature (picture-in-picture form), and block mode facility that silences calls, alerts and other incoming messages.