By Richard Udofia & Anosike Maximilian
WHEN Samsung first came out with the Galaxy Note a few years ago, it was a breakthrough, not just for the Tech giant, but for the industry as a whole. Considering how quickly things move in the digital world, the note phenomenon is no longer an enigma, hence the need for companies like Samsung to keep pushing the envelope further.
Samsung seems to understand this, hence, its move to leave no stone unturned creating the Note 5. Managing Director of Samsung Electronics, West Africa, Mr. Brovo Kim, said at the launch in Lagos recently that “”Samsung has continued to improve the Note series with every new version crafted with metal and glass, the Galaxy Note5 boasts of a beautiful screen, suite of helpful productivity apps to accompany its super precise stylus.
Bigger screens have gone from nice-to-have to a must-have and the display which was once called a gimmick is now the norm.”
Meanwhile the Director of mobile, Samsung Electronic West Africa, Mr. Emmanouil Revematas, said, customers desire a big brilliant display but not a bulky device, thereby causing them to choose between screen size and portability. “At Samsung, we did not think that was a choice our customers had to make. With the Note 5, they have a big display in a slimmer package.
The Note5 is an intuitive and efficient device; it is the Galaxy re-defined, re-imagined and re-designed,” Revematas said. “The little wave of shortcut buttons, which appear on the screen when the stylus is popped out, can easily be customized and the device will send an alert whenever the stylus is not in its holster,” he explained.
“There is a special option in Screen Write that lets you capture an entire page; so piecing together multiple screenshots for web pages or text conversations is a thing of the past,” he said.