Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 available this month

Samsung has announced today that their Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, previously announced way back in February during MWC 2012, will finally be available globally this month in both Wi-Fi-only and 3G models, with a 4G device coming later. Like with Samsung's Galaxy Note smartphone/tablet (phablet?), the Galaxy Note 10.1 makes use of an S-Pen for easy note taking across the OS and applications.

Final specs of the device have also been released, indicating the tablet will use a 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor (the same one used in the Galaxy S III) and 2 GB of RAM, plus a 5-megapixel rear and a 1.9-megapixel front camera. Naturally, the display will be 10.1-inches, using a PLS TFT LCD panel and with a resolution of 1280 x 800.

A video has also been released that shows the Galaxy Note 10.1's interface in action, which you can check out below if you so desire.

Samsung also is planning a reveal of their next Galaxy Note, successor to the 5.3-inch phone, on August 29th; if rumors are to be believed this new device could be even bigger than the last. Meanwhile, check back soon for a review of the Galaxy Note 10.1, as we should be getting hands-on time with the tablet shortly.

Source: Engadget

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