Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 launches for Rs. 39,990 in India
The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1-inch smartphone yet tablet has been launched in the Indian market for a price tag of Rs. 39,990. This is the improved version of Samsung Galaxy Note, the predecessor of Galaxy Note 2.
This tablet is christened as Samsung Galaxy Note 800 and the gadget comes with a whopping quad-core processor, clocks at 1.4 GHz. It boasts 2 GB RAM that perfectly goes well with the quad-core processor. Other than this, users will be able to access information, capture images, chat on video, multi-tasking, and enjoy the easy and quick processes. What makes this device much more attractive is its quad-core processor that allows the user to run several programs at a time without any slow in process.
A 5 megapixel primary camera is used for added experiences, clicking pictures and shooting videos. Moreover, 1.9 megapixel front facing camera is also used for video calling. The front facing camera is also engineered to detect eye movements of the users to avoid standby mode while using.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 runs Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. The 10.1 inches of touch-sensitive display comes with diagonal size where the screen is considerably wider as compared to the earlier 5.3-inch display of Galaxy Note. Just like the previous Galaxy Note, the device comes with ‘S Pen’ that allows the user to write and draw over the screen effectively. This new version of stylus also allows the user to split screen into half so that two programs can be seen at once.
Like Galaxy Note, it comes with a stylus called the ‘S pen’ to write notes or draw on the screen. The new version allows users to split the screen in half to view two programs at once. The advanced S Pen measures 6.5mm and looks very elegant and different, stating its actual functionality for optimal experience.
The device features Smart Stay that tracks the eyes of user and keeps the screen on; Pop Up Play that enables the user to watch video anywhere on the screen while working on other tasks; and AllShare Play that enables the users to share content with many people in real-time after connecting Note 10.1 to Samsung HD TVs, laptops, mobile tablets, and other electronic devices. AllShare Group Cast allows the user to share and collaborate on presentations, documents or images without even letting the files to run separately. The Galaxy Note 800 comes in three separate connectivity options which are Wi-Fi-only version, WiFi-and-LTE version and WiFi-and-3G HSPA-Plus.
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