Samsung officially introduces the Galaxy Note 10.1 to the world
Earlier today, Samsung Mobile, in a press release on their site, just made the Galaxy Note 10.1 official to the world.
As we had reported earlier, The Note 10.1 is powered by a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor and a cool 2 GB of RAM.
The Note 10.1 also comes equipped with the “more than just a stylus” – S-Pen, a 10.1 inch (duh!) screen with a standard WXGA (1280 x 800) display panel, a decent 5 MP rear camera with a LED flash and a more than sufficient 1.9 MP front facing camera, it also has – A-GPS(3G version), S-GPS(WiFi version) and Glonass.
The tablet runs on the “old” Android 4.0 with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, hopefully we should see an update to Android 4.1 soon.
Other specs include Bluetooth 4.0, an Accelerometer, Digital Compass, Gyroscope, USB 2.0 host and WiFi a/b/g/n. The tablet gets its juice from a Li-ion 7,000mAh battery.
The tablet will ship with three storage options – 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB – which can be further expanded via a micro-SD card slot. The tablet also comes with three connectivity options – WiFi only, WiFi and 3G HSPA+(available at launch), and – WiFi and LTE (available later this year).
Samsung says, “The GALAXY Note 10.1 is available in Korea, Germany, the US and the UK while it will gradually roll-out to other global markets starting in August.”
So, if you’re in any of the aforementioned countries, check if its available at a dealer near you.
You can also check out Samsung’s official press release page here