Samsung unveils its first ‘tablet’ with Windows 8 RT

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The South Korean firm showed its line of mobile and tablet ATIV, the first with the new operating system from Microsoft . And revealed the Galaxy Camera withAndroid and  Galaxy Note II


ATIV S is the first smartphone in South Korea with the new mobile operating system from Microsoft, Windows Phone 8 . The team has a screen Super AMOLED HD of 4.8 inches , a dual core processor 1.5 Ghz, a camera on the back of 8 megapixels and afront of 1.9 megapixels.

The device is  8.7 mm wide and weighs 135 grams . It has  1 GB of RAM and comes in two models, with 16 and 32 GBstorage. Both versions have a slot for memory expansion with microSD cards .The screen has glass Gorilla Glass , like the Galaxy S III . The model has a single button to return to the main menu, adorned with thelogo of Windows.  Bun chip incorporates NFC (Near Field Communication) and entrymicroUSB 2.0 .

The unit has installed applications, as Samsung ChatON, Samsung Hub (Music Hub), Samsung Zone (a market of applications linked to Windows Phone Marketplace ) and Photo Editor, among other tools. 

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The company also introduced  its tablet with Windows 8, Samsung Ativ Tab. The computer has a 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, dual core processor 1.5 GHz and 2 GB of RAM. Can be achieved in two internal storage options 32GB or 64GB. It also includes Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0 and NFC. Its weight is 570 grams, with a thickness of 0.35 at the thinnest point of the tablet.  The South Korean giant also launched the Galaxy Camera , a camera of 16 megapixels that runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It also incorporates a screen 4.8-inch LCD touch HD(1280 x 720 resolution), quad-core processor 1.5 GHz, Wi-Fi , 3G and 4G optional . This connectivity allows you to take photos and record videos and upload them, without going through a PC, to Picasa or Youtube. It also incorporates software to improve the shots and edit images. Also presented a revamped version of its hybrid between tablet and smartphone,  Galaxy Note II . 

Samsung has unveiled Wednesday its new range of devices with Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 at its Unpacked event held at the IFA 2012, which takes place in Berlin (Germany). One of these new devices is the ATIV Tab, a new ‘tablet’ with Windows 8 RT version. It has a 10.1 inch screen and a dual-core processor 1.5 GHz, among other specifications.

   South Korea’s Samsung defines a new family for ‘tablets’ with Microsoft’s mobile OS. Leaving the Android Galaxy range, Samsung presents the range ATIV for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, which comes loaded with new features.

   This is a ‘tablet’ with the RT version of Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 8. It features a dual-core processor of 1.5 GHz, a weight of 570 grams and a thickness of 8.9 millimeters. As for your battery, this is 8200 mAh for maximum autonomy. The new ‘tablet’ of Samsung also has two cameras, a 5 megapixel rear and a 1.9 megapixel front.

   As pointed Samsung, system startup is immediate, no waiting. The terminal also includes 60-day free trial of Microsoft Office 2010 and Student 2013 RT, with new versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. These programs are compatible with any type of document, which means that users can open and create any document, make changes to it and share it with other people.

   Furthermore, ATIV Tab supports a wide range of PC devices and Windows compatible accessories such as printers, keyboards, monitors, projectors and other peripherals using its USB port and uHDMI without having to install any extra software it.


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