Samsung's new Galaxy Note: Half phone, half tablet Video
Samsung's new Galaxy Note: Half phone, half tablet Video Transcript
So today, we're excited to introduce the Samsung Galaxy Note to the US market. As the leader in 4G enabled devices, Samsung is very proud to unveil the LTE version of the Galaxy Note with AT&T. This is just the beginning of a new 4G enabled product portfolio. We're delivering to the US market in 2012. Samsung conducted extensive research to find the preferred screen size for consumers wanting a perfect blend of Smart phone (affordability?) and advanced notebook and tablet functionality. As a result, the Galaxy Note features a 5.3 inch HD super AMOLED screen. The largest high definition Smart phone screen in the world. But the Galaxy Note doesn't stop pushing the boundaries there. To adapt an old (??) the pen is mightier than the screen. The 1st thing to know about the S Pen is not just the stylist rather it's precise instrument designed with 256 levels of pressure sensitivity delivering fast responsive and highly accurate control depending on how hard or soft you push the S Pen to the screen. You can create thin lines of handwritten notes or tapered lines of a brush stroke of an oil painter. It is truly the 1st device that captures the (??) artistry of pen and paper. (??) quickly write down information and save it to the (S Memo?) virtual notepad or share in save screen images using the screen capture. The S Pen in the Galaxy Note embrace the best of convergence, notes and screen captures can immediately be shared via text, e-mail, or share or social networks. On top of this, the calendar integrates the to do list and agenda for comprehensive organization that's easy to view and update. We also paid a lot of attention to the needs of corporate technology managers. The Galaxy Note will feature our safe technology meeting the highest IT standards for mobile device management on device encryption, virtual private network access and corporate e-mail, calendar and content support.
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