Everything happens to Samsung. Earlier it was a disastrous court order, but now the unveiling of two new products. Refreshing the court order to pay $1.05 Billion to Apple, the South Korean electronics giant, Samsung Group unveiled its much anticipated the Galaxy Note 2 and the very first smartphone that runs in Windows 8, the ATIV S in IFA Berlin.
Use as it is a paper and pen combination. Draw pictures and write notes just the way you want. The unpacked Galaxy Note 2 was already a remark in news columns since its official comments. Samsung upgraded the Note 2 with a 5.5 inch HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels. The device currently is run by Goggleâ€™s lately upgraded Android v4.1 Jelly Bean. It is further powered by a 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos processor and a memory of 2 GB RAM which is accompanied by 16/32/64 GB internal storages. With 1080p video recording, the 8 MP primary camera is very efficient to snap pics and clips. Moreover, a 3100 mAh battery stands the mobile upto some good while needed for a smart gadget. The Note 2 is priced at Rs.38,500 for pre-order online, and expected to hit international retail shops by mid September.
Samsung might have followed Appleâ€™s design. But now the world will follow Samsungâ€™s measures. Unveiling worldâ€™s first Windows 8 smartphone, ATIV S, the South Korean has opened up a new pace of smartphoning to this fast moving generation. The ATIV S is designed in â€˜chic hairline designâ€™. It is displayed with a 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED touchscreen. A 1.5 GHz dual-core processor fastens performances. Memory is supported by 1 GB RAM and internal memory of 16/32 GB. And a 2300 mAh standard Li-ion battery is never a bad attempt for this smarter. Samsung hasnâ€™t officially announced the launch date and exact price of the ATIV S. Nevertheless, the ATIV S is expected to showcase its presence by the month of October. Meanwhile, Nokia is all set to launch its Windows 8 smartphone this week.
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