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Features of Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

According to SAMSUNG report the SAMSUNG GALAXY S5 with coming with Dust and Water resistant, and also it comes in METAL BODY. This makes SAMSUNG in line with its competitors. Materials are use in it like Magnesium and aluminium. SAMSUNG is the only one of the top five Smartphone makers who uses the Plastic in its high-end models.
SAMSUNG Galaxy S5 coming with A 64-BIT PROCESSOR, this processor first used by APPLE in I phone S5. So now SAMSUNG decided to use this processor in upcoming Galaxy S5. New feature added in Galaxy S5 that is SUPER-SENSITIVE CAMERA.
Super-Sensitive camera has 13 MP that is same in megapixel count with the S4’s camera. Features of Super-Sensitive camera far superior anti-shake image stabilization. In fact, this camera can supports anti-shake correction of up to 1.5 degrees, while existing image stabilization for other Smartphone’s is 0.7 degrees top. It’s sensor is more effective in low light than Samsung’s current 13  MP camera and the outputting image of Super-Sensitive Camera gives is 8th time higher brightness form other Smartphone’s. Galaxy S5 also used for fingertips scanning.
                                                 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Samsung decided to launch the Galaxy 10.1 tablet in India. The tablet available in India @ 49,900 Rs. Its debut at IFA event (held in Germany) in September.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has features like 10.1-inch 2560x1600p Super Clear LCD display. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 runs on 1.9 GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor and has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 3G-enabled tablet run on Android 4.3. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 also have S-Pen stylus.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 screen size enables to do multitasking. With Multi Window, customer will be able to run separate item of the same application and use S Pen to drag and drop content one window to another.
Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with upgraded privacy and security protection provided by Samsung Knox. The Samsung Knox provides the mobile solution for work and play. It notify security which are needed for mobile phone without crash the mobile privacy.
Mobile users can choose to store Company app and data corporate email, contacts and calendar and allow IT department to manage the container through Exchange ActiveSync Server.

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