Samsung Galaxy Note 510 tablet with 8-inch screen launched in India at Rs 30,900
New Delhi: Aiming to increase its presence in the Indian tablet market, Korean consumer electronics major Samsung on Friday launched a 8-inch tablet, Galaxy Note 510, which the firm claims will enhance the multi-media experience.
The 3G-enabled tablet is powered by Android Jelly Bean OS and runs on 1.6 GHz quad-core processor with 2 GB (RAM), Samsung Electronics said in a release.
Galaxy Note 510, priced at Rs 30,900, has 16 GB internal memory that can be expanded through a micro SD card to up to 64 GB, it added.
"Galaxy Note 510 breathes fresh life into the category as it delivers the perfect fusion of portability and everyday productivity resulting in a pioneering, pocket-sized solution that enhances and enriches our everyday lives," Samsung Electronics President and CEO (South West Asia) BD Park said.
Note offers innovative solutions like the 'multi-window', which splits the portable 20.32 cm screen and allows optimal access to a number of live applications, the release said.
Awesome Note, an integrated application introduced in the tablet for the first time with Galaxy Note 510 is capable of unlimited note-taking uses including memo, diary and must- remember lists, it added.
Besides with Air View, the S Pen needs only to hover over the screen to see previews of videos, emails, photos and appointments on S Planner without opening the file or application in full.
Samsung has also launched an offer with the tablet, in which it assures the owner who sends an SMS to the firm gets 12,000 coins in the virtual wallet.
These coins get activated as soon as one downloads the myServices application and can be redeemed by streaming premium movie, downloading bollywood songs, playing game and come with a validity period of 3 months from the date of purchase.
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