Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets quad-core overhaul

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets quad-core overhaulThe Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was one of our favourite devices at February’s Mobile World Congress. A couple of months later, we learned that – despite a largely positive reaction – Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 specs were very much up in the air.

Well, hold onto your hat, Jim. A revamped Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has popped up in Germany, and it’s now rocking a quad-core processor. Noice.

You might recall that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 debuted in Barcelona with a 1.4GHz dual-core processor. It’s now a Samsung Exynos quad-core processor doing the heavy lifting.

The S Pen stylus has lost a ton of weight too, but there’s now an S Pen Stylus Holder Kit if you fancy a little more meat between your fingers. You can also tuck the S Pen inside the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, something that was missing on the earlier iteration.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 price and release date, however, remain a mystery for now.

At Mobile World Congress, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 proudly demonstrated its multi-window functionality, which allows users to – for example – stream a video in one window while taking notes in another.

I think I kinda want one…

via: Netbooknews

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TH3ORY  Jun. 24, 2012 at 05:46

This is real competition for the ipad 3 quad core 10.1 note Samsung have really sorted the internals out....But now what they need to do.... Samsung need to get an Full Super HD OLED display on these babys... Then Samsung Will dominate :)


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