Galaxy S5 will support conference calls with video support, rumors say
New awesome feature for conference video calls is expected to be supported in Galaxy S5
The closer we get to the announcement of the next generation Galaxy S phone, the more rumors and predictions we hear about its new features and improvements. The excitement is definitely building up. The newest gossip about Samsung Galaxy S5 reveals one of the new features that the phone will probably provide for its users. The source of the information is a leaked internal document from the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Services where it is described a special feature for conference calls.
The new capability of Galaxy S5 will enable users to interact through conference calls with video support. Even more amazing is that the feature will provide the possibility to use both cameras – front-facing and rare simultaneously during a conference video call. The video feeds of other users in the chat will be also displayed on the screen at the same time. If rumors turn out to be true, this will be one of the coolest features for conference calls with video support that will deliver a whole new level of user experience. It is not certain yet whether the feature will be pre-installed in Galaxy S5 or it will arrive as an update to the famous app ChatON. For now it is one of the most convenient applications for conference calls. However it still does not support multi-party calls.
The new enriched feature will certainly be much appreciated by users and will boost the popularity of the Samsung’s messaging app. It is not yet certain what the name of the new feature will be. Despite if it will arrive as part of the package of specs of Samsung Galaxy S5 or it will be the upgrade of ChatON, the feature is promising the most fulfilling user experience for video conference calls that is available today. How do you like the concept for the app? Are you eager to see it in the next generation Samsung Galaxy S smartphones? Share with us your points of view.