Plan for 2013 with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (video)

by: Joe HindyJanuary 1, 2013

Galaxy Note II
It’s a brand new year. 2012 has officially exited stage left, 2013 has entered stage right. Best of all, the Mayan prophecy nonsense has finally been laid to rest. It’s going to be a busy year for everyone and Discover Samsung Mobile, a Samsung YouTube show, wanted to show everyone how they can plan for it with the Galaxy Note 2.

If you’d rather watch than read, the video is posted at the bottom. We start with Trevor White setting a scene for a busy new year. Resolutions and plans will be made. Events will be attended. But how does one plan for all these events?

The video outlines some of the features of the Galaxy Note 2 to help people plan for the year. While the features are really fun looking, it isn’t anything new being revealed. Using handwriting to enter events into a calender was one instance discussed. Most Galaxy Note 2 owners already know about AirView and how awesome it is. The last requires a some creative skills as Trevor shows us how to create a resolution map.

Are these Galaxy Note 2 features really useful for planning?

Yes, they actually are. However, Samsung has been advertising these features since before the device was released. So really, it’s just introducing a new use for the features. If you miss the video, you aren’t missing out on anything new. You will, however, miss the chance to check out the world’s ugliest Sprite-inspired bicycle.

For those who viewed it, do you plan on using any of these features to help your 2013 planning?

  • whoknowswhereor

    Any company can put together a / cpu / body / android / but Samsung does so much more. Looking forward to many new things from you guys this year! Happy New Years folks!

  • Why yes i do plan on using these additional functionality tools. This device is incredible! It’s as close to perfect as I could think. The only things I’d like are a 64gb version for Verizon and for it to come out in black. Cannot wait to see a 1080p screen in the Galaxy Note 3! Here’s to an awesome start to a New Year.

  • Play with your S Pen than get things done…

  • Roodly Philogene

    Until third party apps can access the s-pen api, it is useless to me.

    • Lazpl

      Well, doh. They can.

  • Giovonni Fareed

    That was a lil creepy