When Samsung had launched the Samsung Galaxy Core Advance, it had given special emphasis on enhancing accessibility features. Now the company has launched some additional accessories for the handset.
Samsung has announced a range of accessories for the Samsung Galaxy Core Advance, which is the successor to the Galaxy Core. The new accessories are specially designed for disabled and visually impaired users and complement the existing features like the Optical Scan, Light Sensing technology, Instant Voice Recorder, Screen Curtain, TTS (Text-to-Speech) functionalities and Voice Guided Camera functions.
The first of the Samsung Galaxy Core Advance accessory is Ultrasonic Cover, which allows the user to detect obstacles (up to 2 meters away) and navigate unfamiliar places by sending an alert through a vibration or TTS feedback. There is also the Optical Scan Stand that positions the device to focus on printed materials, automatically activating the Optical Scan application, which recognizes text from an image and reads it aloud to the user.
Similarly, the Voice Label assists users in distinguishing objects by allowing them to make notes and tag voice labels easily on-the-go. Using NFC technology, users can record, stop and access their notes. As of now there is no mention of the availability or the pricing, however the users will have to purchase these accessories separately for their handsets.
Samsung Galaxy Core Advance specs:
- 4.7 inch display
- 800 x 480 pixels resolution
- 1.2 GHz dual core processor
- 1 GB RAM
- 8 GB internal memory
- 5 MP primary camera
- 0.3 MP front facing camera
- Google Android v4.2 Jelly Bean
- 2000 mAh battery