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Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its Galaxy Smartphone Note, which features a screen AMOLED Super HD 5.3″, the largest ever included in a Smartphone, which combined with its dual-core processor 1.4 GHz allows consumers to create, edit and share ideas instantly. It was presented during the IFA 2011 technology fair held in Berlin, Germany.
The device stands out for its superior sharpness, which ensures a better video viewing experience, photos, documents and web, with deep colors and bright. The screen also offers a 180 degree angle of vision, allowing content to be shared with ease.
For its part, the dual-core processor 1.4 GHz ensures the device quickly, coupled with its smooth user interface. The incredible speed of network is enabled through the connection HSPA + and LTE, which means that users can stream videos in real time or interact with their friends through online gaming platforms, organizing your life in a holistic manner.
In addition, through the functionality Pen S integrated device native applications, offers a deeper interactive experience, achieving greater precision and control while writing the personalization of captured videos and photographs as well as call and send pictures and notes handwritten by text message, email, and the new Samsung service Chaton.
As if that were not enough, Samsung has included in the Galaxy Note the S Planner, planning a smart tool that allows professional full use of the device’s screen, integrating to-do list, schedule, control and intuitive navigation. The Galaxy Note also has S Memo , a multimedia application designed to record all forms of user-created content such as images, voice recordings, written text, handwritten notes or drawings, which can be captured through a single application, converting the information into a “memo” that can be edited, annotated and shared.
Samsung Electronics, a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies, with total sales in 2010 of $ 135, 8 billion.