With the Galaxy Note 10.1 confirmed for an international launch later this month, Samsung's taken the wraps off its latest Android tablet, showing off its compliment of S Pen-based drawing and multitasking features in an official introductory video.
The five-minute demonstration, which appeared on the Samsung Mobile YouTube channel, shows off five major software areas -- multitasking, note taking, education, information and photo editing. Starting with multitasking, the Note 10.1 expands on Android's traditional task-switching and the Galaxy S3's picture-in-picture video viewing with the ability to run multiple apps side-by-side on the same screen. As for note-taking, we get a tour of apps like S Note and S Memo, which have evolved somewhat since they first appeared on the original Galaxy Note. And the tablet's educational credentials are boosted by its ability to translate formulae from written text into characters.
You'll find the full Galaxy Tab 10.1 introductory video embedded above. As we mentioned earlier today, the tablet itself goes on sale this month in Wifi and HSPA models, with LTE expected to follow later in the year.