Samsung has announced the launch of the new initiative Wildlife Watch, where Samsung technology is used to help fight back against poaching in the African Bush. With help from the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) camera, live footage will be streamed 24/7 from the Balule Nature Reserve in South Africa, part of the Kruger National Park.
Now everyone can become a virtual ranger, from the comfort of their own home, helping to protect endangered animals from poaching by monitoring them in their natural habitat and enjoy live sightings of these spectacular animals.
Seems like a good use for old phones. They can be made to network with each other for extended range. A great way to up. What ever happened to Galaxy upcycling anyway? It's been like 4 years and it's still not public.