The Galaxy S9 has been employed by deputies at the Kit Carson County Sheriff's Office in Burlington, Colorado. The smartphone wishes to be a part of their standard equipment and will be used primarily as a body camera as well as an evidence documentation tool and communication tool. The phones also wants to be connected to the FirstNet public safety communication platform.
In this particular case scenario, the Galaxy S9 relies on visual labs software for recording videos and streaming live to the command center in real-time. According to Kit Carson County Sheriff, Tom Ridnour, the combination of Visual Labs software and Samsung's 2018 flagship phone has resulted in a cost-effective and simple solution to upgrading officer mobility.
Kit Carson County's Burlington Sheriff's Office has a “small team of patrol deputies” covering an area larger than 2,000 square miles. And if you are on the move, the Galaxy S9 is a light-weight solution that does not require any additional steps to connect to the FirstNet dedicated public safety communications platform. The Galaxy S9 is the first smartphone to earn the FirstNet Ready certification.
The Galaxy S9 body camera solution relies on the phone's internal hardware and optics, i.e., the 12-megapixel rear-facing camera with OIS. It can record 2160p videos at 60fps, 1080p videos at 240fps, and 720p videos at 960fps. The phone thus got a dedicated camera Night mode with an update released last month, which resulted in low-light conditions.
- model SM-G960F
- Dimensions: 147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5mm
- display: 5.8 “(146.5mm) Super AMOLED
- CPU: Exynos 9810
- Camera: 12 MP, CMOS OIS (F1.5 / F2.4)
#Google #Android #Smartphones #OS #News @ndrdnws #ndrdnws #AndroidNews