Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Pen-Enabled Smartphone

If Apple start their game changer iPhone before their iPad, Samsung is now probably ready to move back for another version of their tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1. A pen-enabled smartphone packed with a stylus device to support the user touchscreen gestures. However, nobody can tell the exact thing about this mobile phone but according to Slash Gear, this might be headed to MWC 2012 few days from now.

They also spotted Samsung Galaxy Note before in one of The Verge's advertisement and it is currently available in Google's search cache. And because of that, the idea on how an S-Pen works with the device live a detailed idea to those people who able to catch it in their infomercials.

Ryan Biden, a Samsung product marketing manager gave a little tips about the plan of their company. For more, here's a statement that will clarify this issue coming from his last month interview:

"I think a pen interface continues to make a lot of sense across a number of screen sizes like the larger is more obvious of those."
Furthermore, the company releases their S-Pen SDK were developers can start to look around for a possible application that will work on Galaxy Note. And they are now tailoring a stylus apps in their own online store.

Mobile World Congress in Barcelona can probably bring a more clearer view of Samsung's new handheld device this month.


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