Samsung recently launched the 2016 model of the Galaxy J 3 with S Bike Mode feature. The feature, once activated, will automatically play a recorded voice message, explaining that the phone’s owner is riding a bike and can’t answer. If it is urgent, the caller has to press 1 for the call to go through and the receiver will have to be completely idle before answering the call. The phone’s motion lock ensures that you’re standstill.
Samsung has started rolling out the feature to Galaxy J2, Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 devices in India. The update brings the new feature to aforementioned units in the country; however, NFC tag won’t be bundled with the update, because these devices don’t feature NFC. Users have to enable the S Bike Mode feature via the quick setting toggle.