Prior to MWC, there were rumors suggesting that Samsung would be coming up with a larger version of the Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Note 10.1 to be exact, and for those who were hoping to see a 10.1” tablet with S-Pen support, you’re in luck as Samsung has officially taken the wraps off the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Users out there who have enjoyed the Samsung Galaxy Note, but who would prefer a larger display to write/draw will probably want to check it out.
In terms of hardware, the Samsung Galaxy Note
10.1 will be powered by a dual-core processor under its hood that has
been clocked at 1.4GHz. It will sport 1GB of RAM and will come in
storage capacities of 16/32/64GB, and can be further expanded by an
additional 32GB via microSD. It will also feature a 10.1” 1280×800 PLS
TFT display with a 3MP rear-facing camera and a 2MP front-facing camera.
To showcase the support for the S-Pen, Samsung has include features
such as S Note and S Planner, with the S Note allowing users to create
their own content by joining notes and sketches together with content
from the web, all of which can be done within the app itself without the
need to switch screens. The device will feature a variety of
connectivity options, such as WiFi, HSPA+ 21Mbps, Bluetooth 3.0 and USB.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be launched with Android 4.0 Ice
Cream Sandwich on board, but unfortunately no word on pricing or
availability just yet.