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Samsung introduces Galaxy note 10.1, promo for new endorser



This handout image released by Samsung Electronics in Seoul on August 6, 2012 shows Galaxy Note 10.1 — powered by Google’s Android software — featuring a 10.1-inch (25.6 centimetre) touchscreen, considerably wider than the 5.3-inch screen of the previous Note. AFP / Samsung Electronics

MANILA, Philippines — Want to make films like James Franco and star in your very own Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 video? Samsung Mobile Philippines can make it happen.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 introduces an innovation in mobile technology that presents a new way to learn, create, and multitask.

Multitask seamlessly using the Galaxy Note 10.1’s multi-screen feature, which enables users to view two applications at the same time. It also has the “Pop Up Play” function, which enables one to play videos while working on another application, on the same screen.

Find a new way of learning with the enhanced S-Pen. Take down notes as if you’re writing on paper, and convert handwritten notes into text.

The Note 10.1 also boasts a Learning Hub, where textbooks and reference materials are kept.

The Learning Hub enables one to write notes on textbooks, and features interactive 3D animations.
Note-taking is taken to a different level with the Shape Match and Formula Match features, which helps recognize drawn shapes and converts handwritten complex formulas into text.

Finally, the Note 10.1 features applications that can satisfy any creative soul.

With built-in Photoshop Touch, one can easily manipulate photos for art projects or to share online.

With the AllShare Play GroupCast, one can collaborate with others and simultaneously create and share ideas together.

Be our next endorser and help us get the message out. Join the Galaxy Note 10.1 Ambassador Search. The mechanics are simple:

1.  Click on the Ambassador Search app on the Samsung Mobile Philippines Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SamsungMobilePH

2. Turn on your webcam (or you can also upload a video of you answering the question below)

3. In 30 seconds or less, tell us: what is YOUR new way of being productive/ creative/ learning?

Give us your best endorser-worthy spiel and you get the chance to win a Galaxy Note 10.1 and the honor of becoming our next Samsung Mobile brand ambassador!

Like us on Facebook for more details:
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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RXSA5L2V64XDGGX7SEJUXEQF64 James

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    Hehehe.. I’m waiting for Microsoft’s Surface tablet with Windows 8 Pro..

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