My wife runs a hair salon, where she typically receives phone calls, looks up free time in her appointment book and handwrites the time and what the client needs.
Samsung Galaxy Note After one month, the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona revealed more information about the slate but only last month the first specifications surfaced. Now, thanks to Samsung itself, we do know that the tablet will essentially be an oversized Galaxy Note smartphone with the same S Pen which will integrate the following features: Multitasking As with any other tablet, multitasking on the Galaxy Note The feature is activated by tapping the Multiscreen tab, from which a cascading list containing all the applications currently running on the slate will be revealed.
Selecting one of these apps will bring it in the foreground, allowing the user to move it around the screen and position it wherever needed or, using the split screen feature which looks exactly like the one in Windows 7 — Aero Snap.
To bring the slate back into a regular way of view, the user will have to tap the first button on the upper-slide menu which is also used when wishing to move the secondary application around the screen. The dimension of the windows used when multitasking can be set by the user, by dragging the corners into any direction.
As the video shows, data can be transferred between these two applications with ease, rendering the device useful in day-to-day jobs. Note Taking Samsung describes notes to be taken with ease and by allowing the capture of powerful ideas in just seconds.
Something that blew me right of the water was the ability of pinching the keyboard layout to adjust its dimension and to move its location around the screen. This can be very useful when using a smaller size display that requires two applications to be used simultaneously, and a keyboard on top.
The S Note software can be launched from any screen by double-tapping the device and also supports regular actions, such as copy and paste, from any other app.
The S Note also comes with a Shape Match feature integrated, which allows instant conversions between handwriting to pre-formatted text. Other concepts found in S Note: For instance, manuals can be read using this service and Samsung even allows taking notes directly on the content.
Advanced and quick information access will be granted in the Galaxy Tab Photo Editing Although the pen that comes packed with the tablet may be seen as a draw-back, the Galaxy Note When it comes to image editing, the stylus can truly come handy and the application built right into the operating system offers various effects to be placed upon a picture, including: Blurring Formatting pictures to look as paintings Highlighting specific parts of content Duplicating a certain part of a photo using the Stamp tool Even more Besides all of the above, the Samsung Galaxy Note Then, the tablet is almost certain to make an appereance and besides properly introducing the device to the whole world, a price will surerly be announced.
The actual Galaxy Note Quad-core CPU with 1. There are no other variants available for now. Last updated by Alex Serbanon DecBut Galaxy Note has many other attractive features you might like more.
You can see and use two side-by-side apps at once, a big multitasking first for tablets. This means you can, for instance, take notes in the slate's S Note app while looking at a website, or watch a video while writing an e-mail to your boss.
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Remember this list [ ]. Feb 06, · The Galaxy Note comes with a Wacom-made "S Pen," a so-called advanced smart pen that can detect pressure and change the boldness of your handwriting accordingly.
The Galaxy Note comes in blue or. The Samsung Galaxy Note is a revolutionary hybrid device and boasts of inch Super AMOLED HD display and a state of the art GHz dual core Samsung Exynos processor. Garry McGregor, Director, IT and Mobile, Samsung Electronics Australia, says the Note 8 builds on the features that Samsung has pioneered, including biometric security, fast and wireless charging and a 'beautiful handwriting experience'.
The Note 8 supports handwriting recognition – you can write directly onto the keyboard and it’ll translate your scrawls into text – but the Samsung Notes app provides no way of turning your notes into plain text.