Leading mobile device maker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd on Friday announced the launch of Galaxy Note 510, its new 8-inch tablet, aimed at reigniting the mid-size tablet category that the company established three years ago.
New features aplenty
Providing state-of-the-art multimedia performance within a compact one-hand-grip screen, the new variant also enables voice call functionality. A new feature that stands out is the multi-window feature that splits the screen, allowing access to more than one live application.
Samsung Electronics president and CEO, Southwest Asia, B.D. Park unveiled the product at the Samsung Forum 2013 with the theme “accelerating discoveries and product evolution in future” here on Friday.
Mr. Park said the Note 510, bundled with the S Pen, had access to a suite of templates and tools and would allow the user to create, edit and manage documents besides facilitating reading mode for e-books with optimised resolution. The consumer electronics major claimed it had achieved sales of $200 billion and had tripled its growth rate in Southwest Asia, retaining its lead position in flat panel TVs, smartphones, tablets and colour monitors.