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Samsung Gear 360 offers easier, dedicated 360 image capture …

With the growth in virtual reality devices and the desire to put viewers in the middle of a scene, we are seeing companies spending some time producing devices designed to make it easier to capture content. Samsung is a part of that movement with the launch of the new Samsung Gear 360.

The Gear 360 is a 360-degree capable camera that will make it easy to capture content for viewing on the Gear VR. Samsung s president of the Mobile Communications Business DJ Koh says the new device makes capturing and sharing life s moments even easier and the company is trying to push the boundaries of the mobile experience with devices like the Gear 360.

The device is built with a pair of fisheye lenses containing 15MP image sensors when capturing 360-degree video and support for 30MP still images. The lenses are rated at f2.0 to be able to capture plenty of light so good quality, high resolution images can be captured even in low light situations. Samsung gave the Gear 360 its own tripod to be used when setting it up for a shot. Other accessories and mounts will also be compatible with the Gear 360.

To help push their own ecosystem, Samsung makes it possible to view a preview in real time while recording for users with a Samsung smartphone. Samsung says their app will also make it easy to upload and share their content to social media platforms for viewing by others. The Gear 360 will be compatible with the new Galaxy S71, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+2, Galaxy Note 53, Galaxy S6 Edge4, and Galaxy S65. The Gear 360 will be able to capture data to a microSD and supports sizes up to 128GB. The battery is a 1,350mAh lithium ion unit. Shooting modes include video, photo, time lapse video and looping video.

The Gear 360 is scheduled to be available in select countries during the second quarter. Be sure to stick with Talk Android for more news from MWC 20166. source: Samsung7

Raised in North Carolina, Jeff Causey is a chief financial officer and licensed CPA in Durham, North Carolina.

Jeff has owned an HTC EVO, a Samsung Note II, and an LG G3 along with a Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1. He currently uses a Motorola Moto X Pure Edition and a Nexus 7 (2013). Jeff also has a pair of Google Glass and a Moto 360 Sport in his stable of gadgets. Unfortunately, his wife and kids have all drunk the Apple Kool-Aid and have i-devices. Life at home often includes demonstrations of the superiority of his Android based devices. In his free time, Jeff is active in his church, a local MINI Cooper car club, and his daughter’s soccer club. Jeff is married, has three kids, and a golden retriever.

References

  1. ^ Galaxy S7 (www.talkandroid.com)
  2. ^ Galaxy S6 Edge+ (www.talkandroid.com)
  3. ^ Galaxy Note 5 (www.talkandroid.com)
  4. ^ Galaxy S6 Edge (www.talkandroid.com)
  5. ^ Galaxy S6 (www.talkandroid.com)
  6. ^ news from MWC 2016 (www.talkandroid.com)
  7. ^ Samsung (news.samsung.com)

Apple made more revenue from iPhone in a single quarter than …

The lawsuit between Oracle and Google is inadvertently revealing some confidential information about the companies. It has already been disclosed that Google paid Apple a $1 billion fee in 20141 to keep Google as the default search provider for iOS Safari, as well as a revenue sharing agreement where Google gives a substantial portion of the iPhone search ad revenue to Apple. Another lawyer from Oracle has also stated that Google has generated $22 billion in profit and $31 billion in revenue from Android in its lifetime, via Bloomberg2. Although any number in the billions is impressive, it pales in comparison to Apple s mobile platform profiteering. As highlighted by Quartz3, Apple made more revenue from the iPhone in one single quarter, raking in $32 billion dollars worth of iPhone sales from July September.

Obviously, there are some qualifications which explain the huge discrepancies somewhat. Most notably, Google doesn t really make or sell its own hardware. Almost all Android revenue is derived from the Google Play Store developer revenue share (like Apple, Google has a 70/30 split) or ads shown from Google s phones. Apple s highly successful hardware business is better stacked to give higher margins, and with higher margins comes higher profits. So, whilst this figure is more symbolic than anything, it is significant in showing Apple s success with the iPhone in general. Remember: Apple and Samsung are the only manufacturers to make money from smartphones. Everyone else consistently loses money4. The risks associated with the hardware business go often overlooked, but Apple is reaping the rewards from its success.

Even looking at software sales numbers, Apple is close to Google s numbers. Apple last announced the App Store had raked in $40 billion for developers. That means Apple generated at least $17 billion in revenue from App Store. Adding in partner deals like the $1bn Google Search arrangement, iOS s software-only numbers are approximately half of those reported for Android, which relies on only software app sales and ads for its business model. It s impressive however you slice it.

References

  1. ^ Google paid Apple a $1 billion fee in 2014 (9to5mac.com)
  2. ^ via Bloomberg (www.bloomberg.com)
  3. ^ highlighted by Quartz (qz.com)
  4. ^ Everyone else consistently loses money (9to5mac.com)

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