Smart phone manufacturer Samsung has launched two new tablets aimed at enterprise users and youngsters on Tuesday. The high-end 12.2-inch tablet Samsung Galaxy NotePRO is priced at Rs 64,900 and the 7-inch tablet Galaxy Tab3 Neo is priced at Rs 16,490.
NotePRO offers a bunch of productivity options for the enterprise users. They can open four windows simultaneously on the larger 2560x1600p display screen.
The virtual keyboard offers a more realistic typing experience to users as per Samsung. The tablet also has Samsung’s popular S Pen feature. Cisco is offering WebEx meetings for the first time in Samsung Android tablets on 3G and LTE versions too.
Samsung Galaxy Tab3 Neo has a 600x1024p screen. It supports Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM. The products were showcased at Samsung Forum 2014.
Galaxy Note3 Neo, the big-screen smart phone priced at Rs 40,900 would be available in India by February last and early March. With a 5.5 inches HD display and a super fast hexa-core processor, Note3 Neo also sports the multi-window feature. The device has other features like accelerometer, compass, gyroscope and proximity sensors.
Vineet Taneja head of mobile & IT sector of Samsung India Electronics said that the tablet market grew 186% in 2013.