It’s no secret that mobile devices have changed our world completely. Comparatively, this technological revolution happened the quickest and in the shortest amount of time. We can now appreciate the works of artists in Argentina in real-time through social media. We can transform a doodle drawn on a note-sized device into a giant mural on a skyscraper in New York City. With its forthcoming releases, Samsung is taking this to the next level for a new generation of creatives, allowing for ideas to turn into reality at record pace.
With that, the speed at which young creators work is faster than ever, challenging themselves to keep up in real time. However, livelihood is comprised of things beyond professional achievements, and Samsung is catering to this dichotomy. Knowing that creativity and life are bound together, the newest technology lets users unleash their potential and push the limits — no matter their location. With its impending releases, Samsung aims to never let the ideas of the dynamic and creative people that represent this generation go to waste. With just a slim pen and device in hand, one can start drawing out concepts and send the complete result out to a computer on the spot — creativity will no longer be constrained by time or space.
In the same vein, this generation is more ubiquitously integrating wellness into its day-to-day. New technology from Samsung essentially acts like a workout buddy to keep users on track, whether in the studio, home, or on the other side of the world. Even without a mobile device in hand, consumers are connected to readily available information in a more frictionless way.
As seen in the teasers for Samsung’s latest devices, shown here, drawing, writing and communicating are no longer stationary. The products offer assistance in the most hectic moments, and provide support at the fingertips, serving readers in a personalized fashion. This evolution of "mobile culture" breaks down barriers through Samsung’s new devices, which double as high impact tools for the creative class.
Stay tuned for more news on the devices, which will be officially unveiled here and Galaxy Website on July 31st and August 5th.