Skip to main content

Samsung electronics unveils latest Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in Ghana


In a unique move to fulfill its commitment of supplying its customers with the best innovative products and make life easier for them, Samsung electronics has partnered with Vodafone Ghana to unveil the latest flagship full-size Samsung phone in Ghana, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, like other Samsung products is based on Google’s Android operating system and is designed around two key features the iPad lacks – a stylus also called the S Pen and several applications that allow the user to use it for note taking and sketching and, the ability to view two programmes at once in a split screen mode.

The note’s multi-tasking with multi-screen feature enables users to utilize two different applications side-by-side simultaneously while providing an active learning experience for the user. Its offers a stylus and a split screen as well as a faster and more convenient Smartphone experience for customers.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with an S Pen which provides a great option for users who find typing on glass to be limiting and might want to simulate pen. It can be used in place of the fingers to navigate through the tablet and comes with a note which is essentially a free-form electronic pad can jot down notes or sketch in it with an ability to translate notes into handwriting.

Launching the tablet, Business Head for Hand Held Products at Samsung West Africa, Ryan Na reiterated Samsung’s commitment to making life easier for Ghanaians. According to him history has shown that taking notes, capturing ideas immediately, and sketching to realize them is the most personal and natural way to be more productive and creative.

He noted that the advanced technology and features included in Galaxy Note 10.1 give users the power to produce, create and customize communications.

‘The availability of Galaxy Note 10.1 in Ghana further demonstrates Samsung’s dedication to delivering products that offer a complete mobile experience for creating personalized and expressive content,’ he added.

On his part, Head of Terminals at Vodafone Ghana, Ebenezer Ampadu said ‘Our partnering with Samsung to introduce the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 into the Ghanaian market is to reinforce our commitment to ensuring that our customers experience the unbeatable value we offer on any device, ranging from the most sophisticated to the most affordable. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with a Vodafone SIM with 2 GB free internet for the first month and customers will also enjoy double bonus on their internet packages for the next 90 days. At the moment the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is available in selected Vodafone Retail Outlets.’

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 comes in three connectivity options: a WiFi-only version, a WiFi-and-3G HSPA-Plus connectivity version, and a WiFi-and-LTE version later this year.


Comments

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Deputy AG sues Facebooker over 'malicious' Ameri deal

The Deputy Attorney-General and Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga East, Mr Dominic Ayine has filed a defamation suit at an Accra High Court against a Facebook commentator, Evron Hughes.
In Mr Ayine’s statement of claim, sighted by Graphic Online, he accused Mr Hughes of defaming him in a post he authored and published on Facebook on December 21, 2015, titled “RE: AMERI TRANSACTION”.
According to the Deputy A-G, the “false and malicious” post has provoked “public disaffection” against him and exposed him to public ridicule and contempt.
Describing Mr Hughes as a “self-styled social media blogger and a social commentator”, Mr Ayine said the Facebook post had brought his hard-won reputation “as a respected politician, teacher and lawyer” into “hatred, ridicule, odium, discredit, contempt, opprobrium and reproach”.
The Deputy A-G said the “defamatory words” were authored with the sole intent to reduce him in the estimation of all right thinking Ghanaians, adding that he had received numerou…

Ghana’s Mining Stability Agreement: The Blame Game is on