It just a matter of few days after which we would see Korean tech giant Samsung officially unveiling its Galaxy Note 4, currently the most awaited device from the Samsung camp. However, apart from some spectacular specs, the handset is expected to offer much more. Previously, it was said that the Galaxy Note 4 will have ability to measure sun’s radiation. Now one source from Samsung’s dedicated website SamMobile says that the Galaxy Note 4 would be launched with a special Ultrasonic Cover accessory. This is specifically for visually impaired users to help them navigate around in better way.
The cover will come with a sensor embedded within it that would be capable of detecting object and provide a feedback. It is said that the sensors range could even be adjustable meaning user can choose between short, medium and long. If you are really curios to know about this accessory, read the following “exact description” leaked by the insider.
“The Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This Product is a non-medical device.
It cannot replace a cane and should never be used as a mobility aid or substitute for any mobility aid tool. It must always be used in combination with a cane, a dog guide, or a human guide because, by itself, it does not provide information necessary for safe travel.
We strongly recommend you to educate yourself fully and abide by the operating procedures of this manual before your first use. Furthermore, we encourage you to train yourself with how to use the Product and be sure to have fully understood how the Product works correctly. We are not responsible for or liable for any misuse of the Product or incorrect interpretation of the Product manual. While using the Product in training, it is strongly recommended that you work with a sighted friend who can give you visual feedback, particularly when you work with more advanced skills.
The Product does not detect drop-offs. When doing exercises that require hand scanning, make sure that you use an area without steps or drop-offs, and without car or pedestrian traffic.
The Product does not provide the scope and detail of information obtained through vision and the coverage area/range may vary due to circumstances.
Users should always remove headphones from their ears when approaching and crossing intersections or when walking through areas that include business driveways, parking lots, or alleyswhere traffic might cross the path of travel.
For further warnings and disclaimers, please refer to the Product manual.”
This novel accessory is expected to be released along with the handset that is expected to go official at Samsung’s UNPACKED event in Berlin on September 3rd.