The smartphone has gotten more and more powerful these days, so it goes without saying that sometimes, the function of it does seem to imitate that of the computer, and user interface elements do make the cross from one end to the other. NTT DoCoMo’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is known as the Samsung Galaxy S3 Alpha, where it shares the high-end processor specifications of the Galaxy Note 2 as well as amount of memory, in addition to multi-window support. Some might call it the split screen feature, but you know what the Bard said, a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.
Nice to know that the Samsung Galaxy S3 Alpha did not come gimped with the missing multi-window support feature, unlike earlier reports concerning the Galaxy Note 2. Do you think that multi-window support would make your smartphone experience a whole lot more productive than normal?
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