Samsung Electronics, the No. 1 Android smart phone maker, just brought another member from its Galaxy lineup, that’s Galaxy Note 8, to daylight, in Barcelona, Spain, at where the world’s largest mobile industry exhibition, MWC 2013 dropped curtain the day before yesterday. Without the much talked Galaxy S4, Samsung’s still the most eye-grabbing one under the spotlight.
Taking a closer eye, it’s not hard to figure out that this phablet designed monster is aimed at taking on iPad Mini that Apple is gaining increasing revenues from. Based on a spec to spec comparison of hardware and software, this 8 inch Galaxy Note is really a competitive contender packed with a lot compelling features, at the very least, not any compromise to the 7.9 inch iPad Mini. That said, it does not mean it can steal the thunder twice without difficulty. One of the key points whether or not it is able to throw a bomb in the chaotic mobile space lies in the pricing strategy which Samsung still has no word on, although it has been confirmed through official outlet that it will hit the shelf in Q2 2013.
Plus the fact that there are still Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD eating up the lunches, it seems that a new round of tablet war is in the air, only to be much fiercer. We’ll just wait and see!
Now, to steal the thunder, DVDFab 184.108.40.206 just released yesterday, with full support to Galaxy Note 8, converting DVDs, Blu-rays and any other video to play on this 1280*800 pixels display screen.
There is a simple tip on that for your reference (citing Blu-ray as a demo):
Software you need: DVDFab 220.127.116.11 or later
Blu-ray to Galaxy Note 8 – Step 1: Start up DVDFab, navigate to Ripper tool at the Option Interface, and put your Blu-ray disc into the disc tray. In a minute, you’ll see DVDFab access it automatically;
Sidenote: if you’ve got Blu-ray ISO files or standard Blu-ray movie folders on your HDD, you can add them via the Add button at the top right corner of the Operation Window.
Blu-ray to Galaxy Note 8 – Step 2: Select the movie title you want to process (generally the Main Movie title auto-selected by the program itself), and choose the Audio and Subtitle stream you want to keep respectively;
Blu-ray to Galaxy Note 8 – Step 3: Click the Profile Box or Profile Icon at the bottom part of the main interface, and then choose the Galaxy Note 8 exclusive profile from DVDFab built-in Profile Library;
Blu-ray to Galaxy Note 8 – Step 4: Click the yellow folder button right behind the “Save to” option box to choose one place where you want to store the resulting video file, and then hit the “Start” button to trigger the real conversion procedure.
That’s it! When the task gets done correctly, you just transfer the converted video to your Galaxy Note 8 and enjoy it here, there and everywhere!
Extra Info: Instead of going to Ripper tool, you need go directly to Converter tool if you need to convert other videos, to name a few, MKV, MOV, M2TS, VOB etc, to Galaxy Note 8 compatible videos.