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Cool Haptic Implementations for Mobile Devices

Growth in the touchscreen market has accelerated adoption of haptics in mobile phones. Through world-class partners such as Samsung, LG, Nokia and others, Immersion's haptic technology is moving from a nice-to-have consideration to a fundamental design requirement for next-generation mobile devices. We live in an increasingly touchscreen world and our haptics bring these screens to life.

Samsung Galaxy S5

High Five: Samsung's Best Phone Gets Better

Samsung Galaxy S IV

Samsung

"The Galaxy S5 can survive any spill, it has a killer camera, and most importantly, it’s a joy to use. It’s the first Galaxy phone I would recommend to anyone without hesitation."
—Venture Beat News

"Samsung's Galaxy S5 excels at everything that matters -- Android 4.4 KitKat OS; a bright, beautiful display; blistering quad-core processor; and an excellent camera experience. In addition, Samsung's efforts to streamline its own custom interface and reduce pre-installed bloatware pay off."
— CNET

"There's no question that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the best phones of the year, ..."
—Trusted Reviews

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

It is Big and It is Clever

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung

"It is big and it is clever: the Galaxy Note 4 looks to be Samsung's best Note yet, toning down the gimmick and adding real innovation to what is becoming one of the best phone ranges around."
— TechRadar

"From its 2K screen and powerful Snapdragon 805 innards to its S Pen powers, souped-up camera and VR gaming tricks, it's got enough new features to leave gadget fans salivating."
— Stuff

"Based on our extensive Lab tests and measurements, the Galaxy Note 4 is the Best performing Smartphone display that we have ever tested."
— Display Mate

 

LG G3

Bigger, Higher Resolution, Simpler to Use

LG Optimus G

LG

"In the G3, LG has almost produced a power user's dream. That QHD display, responsive performance and decent battery life make for a fully loaded handset that should have broad appeal."
— Engadget

"...the G3 is a really impressive, very accomplished smartphone that drops the gimmicks to create one of the most powerful and impressive handsets you can buy right now."
— TechRadar

"Possessing the right blend of features and design, the G3 finally gives LG the right phone with which to challenge Korean rival Samsung."
— CNET

Xiaomi Mi4

China's iPhone Killer is Unoriginal But Amazing

Xiaomi M2

Xiaomi

" Xiaomi's Mi 4 offers almost everything you want in a high-end flagship smartphone -- beautiful design and snappy performance at a price that's just too good to pass up."
— CNET

"Spend just a few minutes with a Mi4 and you'll get an idea of just how much disruptive potential Xiaomi has. It has built a premium, no-nonsense smartphone that nails every important category, which makes it one of the best smartphones of the year."
— ArsTechnica

 

Sharp Aquos Zeta SH-06E

Highly Personalized, Visually Stunning

Xiaomi M2

Xiaomi

The Sharp Aquos Zeta SH-60E smartphone includes Immersion's TouchSense® and Integrator software to create more intuitive and compelling user experiences by tightly integrating touch effects with the rich visual and audio experiences available in Sharp's FEEL UX. Check out the video on Vimeo.

"...Sharp's effort [FEEL UX] goes further than almost any other we've seen — it's nothing less than a top-to-bottom rethink of the entire Android user experience,..."
— The Verge

"Developed together with Frog, a software design company based in San Francisco, the Feel UX was built with a simplified interaction model in mind. Their vision was to create a sleek line of smartphones that is easy to use, yet offers stunning visuals and a highly interactive experience."
— Android Authority

Fujitsu Raku Raku

Raku Raku Means ‘Comfortable’ or ‘Easy’ in Japanese

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Inch

 

Samsung

"The Raku Raku smartphone runs a modified version of Android 4.0 that uses larger, highly legible text, and limits the home screen to just a few easy-to-use apps such as a dialer, phone book, email, and weather forecast. It also adds senior-friendly features like noise cancellation and a voice-slowing feature that makes it easier to understand what the caller is saying."

— The Verge

ZTE Nubia Z5

ZTE's Z5 Avoids Skimping on the Hardware

ZTE Nubia Z5

ZTE

"Created in collaboration with famed designer Stefano Giovannoni, the Z5 has achieved a 7.6mm thickness that currently tops the five-inch-phone chart, yet at the same time it manages to cram in a 2,300 mAh battery and maintain a 126g weight."
— Endgadget

"It runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and 2GB of RAM. If it's just specs that you're looking for, then the Nubia Z5 looks like the current king of the hill. But that's not all it has. It also comes loaded with a 13-megapixel camera sensor, and uses optics from Konica Minolta."
— Fundzilla

Huawei Honor 6

Mid-Range At Its Best

Huawei Ascend D2

Huawei

"The handset is a game changer, and in our opinion one of the best top-tier, mid-range smartphones on the market today!" "This Huawei Honor 6 really does everything right: It gives you a perfect ratio of processing power and battery life, an amazing camera, as good as a compact camera, perfect reception quality on all networks all built in to an simple attractive body!"
— Giz China

"The Huawei Honor 6 represents a change as opposed to the usual Honor range, bumping it up to the blurred line between flagship and mid range."
— Lowyat.net

"...not only is the first mobile phone equipped with Hisilicon Kirin 920, is the world’s first mobile phone to support LTE Cat6 standard."
— GizmoChina


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