Samsung Galaxy S First to Be Certified
This entry was posted on November 5, 2010.
Two years ago, Samsung’s Omnia was the first DivX certified handset in America. They really found a niche for being the first to come out with new technology. They continued that tradition this month by having their Galaxy S be the first smartphone to be Wi-Fi Direct certified. This is another huge stepping stone for Samsung, and the sells on these should go through the roof. Samsung is really building a reputation for giving its smartphones the latest and greatest in terms of compatibility.
If you look in the Wi-Fi Alliance’s Wi-Fi Direct certification docket, you will now find the Galaxy S Unlocked cell phone, also known as the Samsung Vibrant in there. Many people already predicted that several of Wi-Fi chipsets and modules were going to be green-lit; this is the first actual device to join forces. Any modern day WiFi device is capable of become Direct certified with relative ease though. It is definitely now a hard switch; No additional hardware is needed, so any WiFi device can be Direct Certified like mentioned above. Because of that factor, you could definitely see a lot more smart phones getting Wi-Fi direct in the near future; the Samsung Galaxy S is basically just ahead of the game if you think of it in that aspect – the leader of the pack.
We will continually be on the look out to see if more smartphones follow Samsung Galaxy X’s lead by becoming Wifi Direct Certified in the coming days or months. You can definitely expect that a lot will, and we will keep you updated on which ones decide to do that. It is just only a matter of time before they do, as it will only boost their reputation and value.
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