Posted February. 28, 2017 06:59,
Updated February. 28, 2017 07:05
Samsung Electronics also showed off new tablet products including Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book as well as a 5G service product lineup. Galaxy Tab S3 is a slate-form tablet without a keyboard, a 9.7-inch device operating based on an Android operating system. Galaxy Book is a two-in-one product where detachable keyboard is provided and runs on Microsoft's Windows 10. Both models represent Samsung's foray into a market of substitutes of PCs or laptops.
Samsung also offers its stylus S Pen, the key to Galaxy Note products, in both tablets. S Pen offers functions such as enlarging parts users want and selecting parts of a video called "Smart Select." It will also feature "Samsung Flow," a function where contents such as images, videos and documents can be shared by automatically linking smartphones and tablets.