With the modern smartphone packing so much inside, it’s sometimes hard to know where you’ve put all your content.
But with the Samsung GALAXY Note II, you can find everything you want, without having to tap a thing.
Using the S Pen to hover over your digital media and apps, you can use Air View to uncover the things you need to find.
For instance, we've all got far too many photos albums in our gallery these days. Instead of opening and closing loads of different piles, just hover the S Pen over the chosen cluster and you'll get a cool exploded view to see if the snap you're after is in there.
Or say you’re watching a movie and you can’t remember where you left off – don't spend time scrubbing left and right, wasting battery life and precious moments – simply use Air View to scroll along the video using the progress bar, where a handy preview window will pop up, displaying what you’ll see at that point without needing to stop the action.
The reason the GALAXY Note II can perform these tasks where most modern smartphones fail is the raw power under the hood: with a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, you can essentially play two movies at once without needing to worry about the rest of the phone juddering to a halt.