Posted on Aug 25, 2010
Samsung Galaxy S is DivX Certified

Samsung Galaxy S is DivX Certified

Samsung i9000, better known in the United States as Samsung Galaxy S is a great phone. Mainly because:

  • exclusive SUPER AMOLED technology used on its brilliant screen (comparable to iPhone 4 Retina Display)
  • powerful GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) allowing the phone to process 3D graphical calculation with ease (better than most if not all other Android phones on the market)
  • built in SWYPE keyboard technology, an onscreen keyboard technology that is so great…  it even help Melissa Thompson broke Guinness texting World Record last week
  • is is available on all Four major carrier in United States: TMobile Vibrant, Sprint Epic, AT&T Captivate and Verizon Fascinate

Well, here is a new one, Samsung Galaxy S(TM) is World’s First DivX HD(TM) Certified Android Mobile Phone

Press release from DivX:

The Galaxy S is the world’s first Android(TM) mobile phone that is DivX Certified for HD and the second overall DivX HD Certified phone, following the successful launch of the Samsung Wave.

To enjoy DivX video on the Galaxy S, consumers can load their video libraries of both standard definition and HD 720p movies in the DivX format on the internal and external memory (expandable to 32GB) and then watch their collections anywhere they choose. In addition, the Galaxy S can connect directly to other DivX Certified devices, such as HDTVs, turning it into a powerful mobile set-top box in the living room. The Galaxy S will also support the secure playback of major Hollywood titles in the DivX format from leading studios.

DivX Certified phones are all tested to guarantee high-quality DivX video playback. DivX technology produces highly compressed video that requires minimal storage for the highest quality media experience on a mobile platform for viewing anytime, anywhere.

Products that bear the DivX Certified logo have undergone a rigorous testing program to ensure a high-quality DivX media experience, including reliable video creation and playback, interoperability with other DivX Certified devices and the visual quality users expect from DivX.

Source: DivX Press Release

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