Published: November 3rd 2014
Almost all of the features that were introduced in its bigger brother are on board, such as a built-in heart rate sensor for tracking fitness through the preloaded S Health app, a fingerprint sensor integrated into the homescreen button for making it easier to unlock the screen, and IP67 certification that adds water and dust-resistance to make it more durable. Its pocket-friendly dimensions are made possible by the smaller, lower resolution screen (4.5-inch 720 x 1280 pixels) and less powerful 4GHz quad-core processor.
Consumer behaviours and attitudes shifted in many ways as COVID-19 enveloped our reality. But one sentiment has become clear: consumers want to support local businesses, even w...
Health and productivity are inextricably linked. So how can you ensure you’re setting yourself and your staff up for success while working from home?