Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 UI Demoed on YouTube Video
Aug
06

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 UI Demoed on YouTube Video

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The tablet device to look forward to this month is of course the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Samsung has already upped the ante with a new official YouTube presentation that brings forth the virtues of the tablet’s unique UI.

The tablet, being the big brother to the already successful Galaxy Note, comes bundled with a stylus which we knew would be able to do some amazing stuff, aided suitably with the UI Samsung has designed for the tablet device. The tablet, together with its stylus, is designed to allow for operating simultaneously on multiple apps at the same time. So whether you are listening to music or working on your business presentation, all of it can be performed easily with the stylus provided.

Another nice feature to look forward to on the Galaxy Note 10.1 is the ability to re-size the on-screen keyboard. This is specially useful when working on multiple apps at the same time and the keyboard is relevant to just one of the apps. In fact, there seems innumerable ways the stylus can be put to use, all thanks to the UI that the tablet has been endowed with. It has got a lot of things to offer a diverse group, be it students, researchers, entrepreneurs, artists, fashion designers, or just the casual users.

Of course, there are the underlying hardware bits on the other side of the 10.1 inch display that also contributes generously to the spectacular nature of the entire package. The 1.4 Ghz quad-core Exynos processor, together with 2 GB of RAM, ensures things are quick and smooth with the Galaxy Note 10.1. The tablet right now runs Android 4.0 ICS, though the Jelly Bean update shouldn’t be too far away. Also, the tablet will go on sale with Wi-Fi only and 3G version with a LTE version to join later.

However, with so much on offer with the Galaxy Note 10.1, the last piece of the puzzle will always be the pricing strategy Samsung adopts for the tablet. If its makers err on this, it will be hard to find buyers for the tablet no matter how capable it might be.


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  • Efita Efiom

    It’s either u ar or u ar not 4 good like Samsung note 10.1