This week I picked up a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7. And now I'm putting down my Galaxy Note 5.
I'm not putting down the Note 5 for good. Don't be silly. My Note 5 is my personal "side kick" when I'm at home, office or hitting the road. I also tend to travel with a companion tablet. I prefer the large-screen tablets for managing email, checking social media, managing my photo albums and...um...keeping my mind sharp with occasional "executive mind break" apps (ahem-games-cough). However, I certainly don't want to take or place a phone call on a 9.7" tablet. That would be awkward. Way awkward. So the Note 5 is never far from grasp.
Now with my new Samsung Galaxy tech gear I can maximize the battery on my Note 5 by leaving it in my bag and never touching it until I'm ready to hit the road. When I'm at relaxing at home or pounding out content in the office I can use Samsung's Side Sync app on the Tab S2 to mirror my Note 5 screen, apps, notifications and controls.
With Samsung Side Sync you can copy files, transfer content directly from Tab S2 to Note 5 and v/v. Plus you can control your Note 5 directly from your Tab S2 including replying to text messages, emails social media. So when I'm in the office or at home I can leave my Note 5 in my bag or on the charger and never miss a beat as long as I have my Tab S2 handy.
You can download Samsung Side Sync for Windows and Mac laptops, too. You have the same capabilities to manage, respond and control your Note 5 from your laptop as you do from a Galaxy tablet. Check out all the features of Side Sync from Samsung's site.
Mirror and full control of my Note 5 from the Tab S2 tablet:
You can even pull down the Settings menu if you need to jump into settings or check connections:
I hope this helps you get the most from your Samsung Galaxy tech goodies. Until next time,
Your Sprint Product Ambassadors
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