Tuesday , May 15 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 now official, not the extreme tablet we were expecting

Samsung have finally ousted the Galaxy Note 10.1 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Galaxy Note 10.1 introduces a new series of tablets with S-Pen functionality on devices of all sizes — starting with the Galaxy Note at 5.3-inches. Besides the S-Pen there’s really nothing in the specs that will blow you away — it’s not the extreme tablet people were expecting, anyway.

  • 1.4GHz Dual-Core CPU
  • Android 4.0
  • 1280×800 WXGA Display
  • 12/32/64GB Internal Storage
  • 3MP Rear Camera / VGA Front Camera
  • Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct
  • HSPA+ 21Mbps 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
  • 7000mAh Battery

As you can see, it’s basically the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with S-Pen. Samsung are marketing it towards designers, businessmen and students. The interface now has a split-screen feature that allows the user to take notes on one half of the screen with content being displayed on the other.

Source: Sammy Hub, and Sammy Hub.

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5 Comments on "Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 now official, not the extreme tablet we were expecting"

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It’s a quad core CPU!

Chris Boxsell
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Chris Boxsell

Amazing, I was going to buy one of the new Galaxy’s but they are so boring and so out of date I have no intention of doing so now.
I guess Apple has won against Samsung but they will lose the war.

Ausdroid Reader

Same resolution as the 5.3 inch Note. I reckon they could have bumped it up a bit. The stylus using folk would appreciate the higher PPI I suspect.

Jamesz Zhang
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i want this now i hope a release date for australia come soon and the pricing as well please hopefully not 2 expensive

Brian Chambers
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Brian Chambers

It may be a 10.1 with a stylus, but it actually makes it the first tablet that would genuinely by useful for students/people who need to take notes of things.

I’d genuinely consider this, if I can get work to pay for it 🙂

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