Samsung Lets You Play with the Galaxy Note with the Samsung Galaxy Note Studio Until the End of March

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Published on March 13, 2012 with No Comments

 

After Samsung, one of the country’s leading pioneers in technology, launched the Samsung Galaxy Note—the very first tablet and smart phone hybrid in the market—fans and converts alike just couldn’t get enough of this new revolutionary super-device.

As the Galaxy Note combines the luxuries of a tablet to the sensibilities of a smart phone, it has changed the face of mobile communication by giving a whole new handle to capturing those “big ideas” through a modern take on the pen-and-paper. Only a few months after its release, it remains one of the most preferred smart phones by Filipinos.

Consumers can get to know the Samsung Galaxy Note better

Now, Samsung brings the Galaxy Note closer to the market with the Samsung Galaxy Note Studio, a series of events in major malls around the country. Aimed to showcase the tablet-smart phone fusion at its best, this experience gives guests a chance to closely examine the Samsung Galaxy Note where experts will be on-site to demonstrate its amazing features. To showcase this powerful gadget’s capacity, beats will be served up by a live DJ while artists will draw free caricatures with the Samsung Galaxy Note! Not to mention, buyers will be offered an extra discount if they decide to buy their own Galaxy Note at the event. Special prizes will be up for grabs, too!

James Ong, a Surigao-based bank owner, had bought an iPhone a few days before discovering the Samsung Galaxy Note yet didn’t hesitate to make the switch. The bigger, better, and faster smart phone won him over completely. “Plus, the camera is much nicer!” he says. “I had fun getting my caricature made at the Galaxy Note Studio as well.”

Ivan Ogrizer, on the other hand, has only been in the Philippines for one month because of his work. As he discovered the Galaxy Note, he couldn’t help but enjoy the beauty of a tablet with a mobile smart phone. “It marries the best of both worlds,” he says. “I think the S Pen is amazing.”

The Samsung Galaxy Note Studio will be at the following venues on these dates: February 18-19 at Greenbelt, February 24-26 at Eastwood, February 25-26 at Ayala Center Cebu, March 3-4 at Nuvali, March 10-11 at Glorietta, March 16-18 at SM Mall of Asia, and March 19-24 at SM Megamall. Catch the Studio at a mall near you to see for yourself why the Samsung Galaxy Note remains as the must-have smart phone in the market!

Discover the Note’s powerful features

The Galaxy Note runs on a 1.4GHz dual-core processor that allows seamless multi-tasking between apps. Coupled with an expandable memory that goes up to 32GB, it boasts of seamless operation for any kind of mobile phone user. Through the HSPA+, lightning connection speeds are also made possible for browsing even the heaviest of web pages. Topped with the expansive 5.3” HD Super AMOLED full touch screen, it delivers a crystal clear picture with 285ppi that’s perfect for taking photos and recording high-definition videos with the 8-megapixel camera.

At 175g, it is the first of its kind in the world—the biggest and the lightest, yet it is still slips effortlessly in anyone’s pocket. Add to its already powerful features, Samsung’s newest advancement in pen-input technology—the S Pen—accurately digitizes sketches and artworks and handwritten texts to truly modernize its user’s otherwise ordinary pen-and-paper existence regardless of his/her field of expertise. “The Samsung Galaxy Note was designed based on how consumers generate ideas. People usually take cues from their environment, formulate ideas, and capture them through pictures, designs, and so on. And, now, with the Galaxy Note’s S Pen input technology, 8-megapixel camera, 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, and HSPA+ Internet speeds, these ‘Eureka!’ moments will always be easily captured and even shared from anywhere and at anytime,” Coco Domingo, Samsung’s Product Marketing Head for Mobile, says.