• GLONASS the future for all smartphones?

    By Jon , January 10, 2012 - Leave a comment

    imageThe Samsung Galaxy Note was the first to use GLONASS technology, but now the Sony Xperia S is set to have GLONASS support too.

    The Russian equivalent to the US GPS, GLONASS works in pretty much the same way, the difference being that to you as a smartphone user, you are now likely to get an even more accurate GPS reception, in fact as accurate as 2 metres.

    It is explained fantastically in the following video from Qualcomm, the manufacturers of the processor in the new Xperia S from Sony.

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    Comments

  • In fact, even older Xperia devices like Arc and Play already were using Glonass in their GPS 🙂

    • That’s interesting, I wonder why it was not advertised as much for some of these devices, it is a real advantage.

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