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Samsung Launches The Ultimate Private Mode For Your Smartphone Introducing Altzlife On Galaxy A71 And Galaxy A51 – Samsung introduced this special feature for Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 users

Tech Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Mon, 10 Aug 2020 02:19 PM IST

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Samsung smartphone users can easily switch between normal mode and private mode (safe folder) by double clicking on the power key. The AltZLife feature will be made available to existing and new users of the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 through a software update from August 10, 2020.

Manu Sharma, Senior Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India said, “As an industry-first innovation, this intelligent feature has been designed keeping in mind the growing need of consumers, especially the younger generation, who are able to store content in their smartphones.” And want extreme privacy for access. This new feature eliminates all the concerns that users often face when giving their smartphone to someone else. ”

Also read: Samsung’s best selling phone in the world has become cheaper by Rs 2,000

According to a research conducted by Samsung, 79 percent of the younger generation of consumers have content like images, applications and private chat in smartphones that they do not want to show to their family or anyone else. Apart from this, they also want to hide the fact that they have things that they do not want to share with anyone.

As part of AltZLife, two ‘Make for India’ solutions – Quick Switch and Content Suggestions have been developed by Young Engineers using the results of consumer research at the Samsung R&D Institute in Bangalore and Noida.

Let us know that earlier this year Samsung also introduced other AI-based ‘Make for India’ features in Galaxy A series devices including Alive Intelligence, which provides keyboards in different languages. Apart from this, features like Smart Crop, Useful Cards and Finder have also been introduced under Make for India.

abstract

  • AltZLife is a gift for privacy
  • Updates are being released
  • Make for India is a feature name

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Samsung smartphone users can easily switch between normal mode and private mode (safe folder) by double clicking on the power key. The AltZLife feature will be made available to existing and new users of the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 through a software update from August 10, 2020.

Manu Sharma, Senior Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India said, “As an industry-first innovation, this intelligent feature has been designed keeping in mind the growing need of consumers, especially the younger generation, who are able to store content in their smartphones.” And want extreme privacy for access. This new feature eliminates all the concerns that users often face when giving their smartphone to someone else. ”

Also read: Samsung’s best selling phone in the world has become cheaper by Rs 2,000

According to a research conducted by Samsung, 79 percent of the younger generation of consumers have content like images, applications and private chat in smartphones that they do not want to show to their family or anyone else. Apart from this, they also want to hide the fact that they have things that they do not want to share with anyone.

As part of AltZLife, two ‘Make for India’ solutions – Quick Switch and Content Suggestions have been developed by Young Engineers using the results of consumer research at the Samsung R&D Institute in Bangalore and Noida.

Let us know that earlier this year Samsung also introduced other AI-based ‘Make for India’ features in Galaxy A series devices including Alive Intelligence, which provides keyboards in different languages. Apart from this, features like Smart Crop, Useful Cards and Finder have also been introduced under Make for India.

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