Whoever you are, whatever you do, be passionate with the unbeatable on-the-go creativity of the Samsung GALAXY Note II.
Mobile has moved on. Smartphones aren’t just about apps, internet and multimedia; today’s big-screen, high-power superphones are places where your ideas are captured, your life planned and your creativity realised.
Samsung’s multi-faceted GALAXY Note II, with its S Pen tech and Multi Window versatility, embodies this concept and its real-world.
Toni Fryer is an architect at Juice architects. Her studio is her workplace, but the outside world is her inspiration.
“I love my job as it gives me the freedom to explore my creativity on a daily basis,” Toni says, as she uses the GALAXY Note II’s Panorama mode to seamlessly stitch together a super-widescreen city landscape, via the eight-megapixel, auto-focus rear camera.
“Sometimes you have to leave your normal working environment to find that idea you’ve been searching for.”
Using the S Pen and Photo Note, Toni can attach written memos on each photo, adding information from date and location to her emotional responses at the time. Capturing foliage texture in a park, Toni continues: “as an architect, my creativity thrives on introducing nature into the built environment to create beautiful and sustainable places.”
Back in the studio, Air View allows all captured photos to be browsed and viewed on the phone’s vibrant, 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED screen without the need to open any folders, instantly transporting Toni back to her place of inspiration: “I found the Air View feature really handy. It saved me loads of time and made organising my many photos effortless.”
Using the Easy Clip feature, Toni crops and keeps pertinent visuals from each photo, creating a digital scrapbook that can then be emailed to her team or to external contractors. changing the S Pen settings and switching to Idea Sketch, she is able to visualise her ideas to develop the concept.
Summing up the experience, Toni says: “In my line of work, you need to be able to capture creative inspiration the moment you find it. I was amazed to find out that the Note II recognises more than 1,000 levels of pressure sensitivity, meaning sketching and illustrating was smooth, responsive and, above all, accurate.”