Phew, finally!

We’ve been waiting for this since our post in early August. And this morning, Samsung Malaysia Electronics unveiled its latest mobile innovation, the Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1.

(Taken with a Samsung GALAXY S III)

Outfitted with the functionality and precision of a pen and paper on a 10.1-inch large display, the GALAXY Note 10.1 is designed to provide people with endless possibilities in elevating creativity and productivity.

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How, you ask?

(Taken with a Samsung GALAXY S III)
(Taken with a Samsung GALAXY S III)

The GALAXY Note 10.1 incorporates an unprecedented multitasking experience with its new “Multiscreen” feature. Yes, you can now do more than just one thing (not to be confused with running multiple apps in the background) with two different applications side-by-side simultaneously.

Watch a YouTube video and jot down ideas all at the same time? Sure. Surf the web while mindlessly sketching? Of course.

(Taken with a Samsung GALAXY S III)

Also, and this is its most interesting feature (in our opinion) is that the GALAXY Note 10.1 comes with the “S Pen“. Really, who needs fingers anymore? Just kidding. The S Pen allows for superior precision, and is designed to help you express your thoughts in the most intuitive and natural way.

This also means that you can now Photoshop on the go!

(Taken with a Samsung GALAXY S III)

Constructed with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of internal RAM, and a 5-megapixel main camera, the GALAXY Note 10.1 is right now probably the leading product of its own genre. Users can also expect to optimize learning through Samsung’s “Learning Hub” (downloadable via Samsung Apps in Malaysia by the end of 2012).

The Learning Hub allows people access to multimedia educational content for all ages! Think, taking note directly on a eTextbook, video lectures, and interactive coaching.

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(Taken with a Samsung GALAXY S III)

Pretty amazing, if you ask us. The Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 is priced at RRP RM2,199.

For more pictures from the launch, click!

For more information, visit Samsung Malaysia’s website or hit up Samsung Mobile Malaysia’s Faceook page.

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