This video demonstrates how the Galaxy Note 10.1 can be used with multitasking, note taking, education, photo editing, and more.
The new multitasking is dubbed Multiscreens. The top right corner has a dropdown of applications that can run in the Multiscreen view. Multiscreen allows for true multitasking by having two full applications on the screen at once, but it is limited by the compatible apps. Drag and drop functionality is included between the open applications.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 may appear to be vaporware, but a new commercial for it appeared on YouTube yesterday. It mentions the tablet having a 10 inch multiscreen. I was perplexed by this, but then I saw what they meant. You can open up two applications side by side and drag and drop between them. The multiscreen seems limited in the commercial because it appears like there are only three options for applications – Internet, Polaris Office, and Video player. Perhaps those are just open applications though.
Hopefully the Galaxy Note 10.1 lands soon! Check out the video in the mean time.
People keep getting their hands on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and uploading videos to YouTube. This latest video just shows off some of the software found on the Galaxy Note 10.1. One thing that I noticed in the video is the lack of lag. Between Ice Cream Sandwich and the quad-core Exynos processor in the Note 10.1, it puts my Galaxy Tab 10.1 to shame.
The revamped Galaxy Note 10.1 has been rumored and spotted for some time, but we finally can get a decent look at it thanks to a hands on video by YouTuber Leiche. The video features a hardware tour of the Galaxy Note 10.1 including the specs of the sensors, memory, storage, and processor.
Adobe announced a sweet of apps last week, but most notably Photoshop Touch. Wait didn’t Adobe already release Photoshop for Android? They do have an app called Adobe Photoshop Express which is just a run of the mill photo editor for basic filters, cropping, ect.