Samsung’s game changer the GALAXY Note 10.1 now on retail

Samsung Electronics, an electronic market leader has today unveiled its new tablet the Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 in the US, UK and the South Korean market.

Samsung claims the Note 10.1 is a “game changer” from rival tablets as it can personalise and create media in addition to being used to input data like its rivals.

According to a statement released this week by the South Korean electronics firm, the launch of the Galaxy Note 10.1 extends the Galaxy category’s worldwide success after the launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 last year. The second version of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 was launched just three months ago.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 boasts of the functionality and precision of a pen and paper by combining the S Pen with a 10.1-inch large display. It is also preloaded with Adobe’s premium creative application, Photoshop Touch, which works with the S Pen.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 also comes with what it calls game changing Multi Screen feature giving users ability to simultaneously operate two different apps side-by-side on the same screen.Samsung say this is possible as the Galaxy Note 10.1 runs on a 1.4GHz speed quad-core processor and 2GB RAM memory.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has a 1.9 megapixel front-facing camera to detect eye movements during use and has a 5 megapixel rear camera. The32GB Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is priced at $549 only $50 less than the iPad’s.

Tim Baxter, President, Samsung Electronics America in the release statement said the company’s goal with the Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 was simple, “to redefine the tablet experience.”

He added that the S Pen offers both active content creation as well as passive content consumption, while the Multiscreen capability finally enables true multitasking.
For the user, the resulting experience is completely new and quite unexpected.

Apple accuses Samsung of copying some of the features and design of the iPad and iPhone, reports the Reuters.

The16GB and WiFi-only tablet priced like the iPad at $499 may not just be the game changer Samsung expect according to some analysts.

Samsung expects the Galaxy Note 10.1 to change the tablet market as at the market as is trailing at a distant second after Apple, according to reports by Reuters.

Research firm IHS iSuppli reports Apple to have sold 28.8 million iPads between January-June, a 64.4 percent market share compared to Samsung’s sales of 4.4 million tablet models, a 9.9 percent market share.

The two tech firms are still embroiled in a patent suit set for deliberation next week.
Plans to launch the tablet into the African market have not yet been revealed. HumanIPO has reached Samsung Electronics for comments on African launch and will update this report.

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