Samsung shows off the multiwindow feature and more on Samsung GALAXY Note II video

Samsung shows off the multiwindow feature and more on Samsung GALAXY Note II video
Samsung has released a video in South Korea for the Samsung GALAXY Note II, which is expected to be officially introduced in the U.S. on October 24th. One of the features being shown on the video is the multi-window function on the phablet, which allows the user to split the display into two separate screens each running different applications. Right now, multi-window is available for use on the stock browser, S Note, messaging and some other stock applications.

Another video shows a Samsung GALAXY Note II user splitting the screen in half and adjusting the size of each window using the S Pen. It's a great feature that we hope isn't being made available for the international model only. It's a whole new way to multi-task and it might just get some of you interested in the Son of phablet.

Some of the other features displayed on the video include Air View, which allows you to see previews of emails and videos by having the S Pen hover over the screen, PopUp Note and the Best Face editing system for the camera, which allows you to replace the face on a picture with one from a better shot.

source: YouTube (1),(2), AndroidPolice via TmoNews

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