Smartphones are getting advanced with every passing day such that a current smartphone is tens of thousands of times more powerful than the computer used in Apollo 13 which took the world’s first man Neil Armstrong to the moon. Fast forward to earlier this week, South Korean giant Samsung has announced that its flagship Samsung Galaxy S9 released in 2018 will now become one of the adornments that deputies at the Kit Carson County Sheriff’s Office in Burlington, Colorado.
Samsung Galaxy S9 is undoubtedly one of the most powerful smartphones today. With deputies carrying it on their duty, this will act as a different channel that they can use to communicate with the station or any other personnel while the rear camera will act as a body camera to record the discovery and more. Galaxy S9 has low-light dual aperture cameras that will provide the deputies a way to document everything without losing their concentration on the matter at hand.
Samsung Galaxy S9 is the first device to get certified with AT&T FirstNet public safety communications platform. This will bring safety personnel and first responders to connect with the FirstNet Band 14 though AT&T 4G LTE network that provides a faster, safer channel while offering the deputies with information quickly than before helping them to make decisions faster than earlier. Samsung said that all its subsequent Galaxy smartphones and tablets falling under the flagship category will get FirstNet Ready.
According to Tom Ridnour of Kit Carson County Sheriff, patrol deputies of the county have to cover 2,000 square miles of ground which means first responders and police officials have to work more. However, with the upgraded Galaxy S9 by Visual Labs, it will allow them to document everything which will be uploaded to the center seamlessly and in real-time. Furthermore, it will allow first responders to concentrate on a call knowing that they can seek the footage later.
Moreover, Samsung Galaxy S9 sports a 3,000 mAh battery that should last for an entire shift on a single charge. It will enable deputies to call while it is recording the video and uploading it in real-time while alarming them if the phone has stopped recording video.