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Local version of Samsung Learning Hub launched

Fresh after the launch of the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Camera in Cape Town last week, Samsung has launched a local version of Learning Hub, which is “a technologically enhanced multi-media learning environment that integrates images, video, text with local and international content into a single learning experience, all accessible from a mobile device.” said Samsung in a statement.

The Learning hub comes pre-loaded on the Galaxy Note II device, which makes it great for those seeking higher education and/or adult educational training with access to a wide range of educational content such as textbooks, tutorial videos and info graphics. This will also enable students to save their work and study notes to the cloud – enabling access from any Internet enabled device and of course, ensuring that they never lose another study note again. It also enables you to share content, discuss study material and manage this content across a number of Samsung users – creating collaboration and a sense of team work.

“We have commissioned and are continuously engaging an array of the world’s most renowned publishers to bring content to the application that is relevant, credible and of course, as diverse as possible – to ensure that our consumers get the very best out of this education based application, as we believe that the future of education lies in technology,” said Craige Fleischer, Director of Mobile Communications at Samsung South Africa.

The Learning Hub will be available for download on the Galaxy Note 10.1 at the end of October and on the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 at the end of November. Furthermore, all commercial Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1 devices sold after this time will also be preloaded with the Learning Hubs accordingly.

Papi Mabele
Tech enthusiast at heart. Lover of all things digital. Papi is the founder of SA Vibe and has been sharing his love for gadgetry since 2010. Papi sees no need for wearable tech in his busy schedule and considers the Xbox One as non existant. He may come across as bias at times, and still holds a grudge at BlackBerry for creating the 8520.