According to recent report, a new device, a tablet running Windows Phone 8 is in the preparation to introduce by Samsung at the event. Reportedly, this Samsung’s
WP8 tabletthat is said will have a built-in stylus and keyboard dock, will also be armed with giant 11-inch display on the front, which is much bigger than most of tablets around the market to date.
To welcome this new
WP8 tablet and also, of course, to spread out the hype of this device around the tech industry, Samsung recently has an interesting advertising headline, which says “ready to be smart?”, something that could insinuate other competing tablets around the market that maybe don’t make customers smart.
Hopefully, we will get more details regarding this tablet in the coming days, especially when knowing that this new Samsung’s tablet will be running Windows Phone 8 as its core operation, which I think will be exciting to see since Samsung has been doing great in Android, so maybe, it can do well too in Windows Phone 8 tablet market.
So be sure check out this blog more often in upcoming days to see more details about this new device.
Samsung Ativ Tab Unveiled. A Windows RT-Built Tablet PC Bringing Some Decent Specs
Ativ series apparently has been kept secretly by Samsung under its sleeve in the past few months. When many media attentions were centered solely to the Note’s sequel, Samsung GALAXY Note II, Samsung apparently really has many bullets to shot at the recent Samsung Unpacked event. Besides the smartphone version, Samsung Ativ S, there was other model, a tablet, that was announced by Samsung under the Ativ family. And it was called
Samsung Ativ Tab, a new tablet running Microsoft’s own built operating system.
Samsung Ativ Tab is a 10-inch tablet that is running on the Windows RT platform. And as a serious tablet PC (since it has a serious operating system from Microsoft in it), then the keyboard dock will absolutely be provided to you as well. Meanwhile, the specs are also worth checking out.
Samsung Ativ Tab comes with 10.1-inch LCD screen that has screen resolution of 1366x768 pixels, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 5MP of rear-facing camera, 1.9MP front-camera, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, microSD card slot and 8.200mAh battery will make sure that this tablet will last all day in the long run.
Some other standard features, for example, the Office Home and Students 2013 (Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote) will also be pre-installed on this device, along with some Windows RT apps.
Even though this tablet PC has been officially announced at Samsung Unpacked event, Samsung is still tight-lipped about the release date or price details of this tablet. But hopefully, we will find out about that in the coming weeks.
Three Minutes Hands-on Video of Samsung Ativ S Just Rolled Out on Internet
Do you remember with the news that I’ve passed along to you earlier, you know, about Microsoft’s decision, through its Windows Phone team, to roll out a hands-on and promo video of HTC’s latest Windows Phone 8 handsets, HTC 8X and HTC 8S? Well apparently, this time, Samsung new WP8 smartphone,
Samsung Ativ S is the next one that will get the share of popularity in Windows Phone 8 community. However, unlike the hands-on video that was released officially by Microsoft’s Windows Phone team, the Samsung Ativ S’s hands-on video is not released by Microsoft.
Meanwhile, just a couple of days earlier, the hands-on video showing off the Nokia’s latest flagship,
Nokia Lumia 920, had also been spotted by many phone-related sites around the net. The video that has the duration of 12 minutes came from France and it showed the whole thing about Nokia Lumia 920, from its User Interface, its NFC tag capability, and the demonstration to show the differences that PureMotion HD+ could make for small text clarity.
Not to mention, things like optical image stabilization of its 8MP PureView camera, the polycarbonate shell of this phone being dragged around the desk/rubbed with some coins and some other cool stuff about this phone are also shown off in this video. So if you call yourself as the big fan of Nokia Lumia series, then you better check this video out.
On October 29th, Microsoft will finally unveil the final version of Windows Phone 8 OS officially to the public. Hopefully, we can get more rumors, leaks and also other hands-on videos of Samsung Ativ S and Nokia Lumia 920 in the coming weeks.