Samsung has been lagging far behind in the tablet section though it is the most superior Smartphone manufacturer in the world now. To make its way to the top in the tablet section too, Samsung had come up with its newest tablet, an upgraded version of the earlier Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 10.1.
The official release of the tablet in the global market very soon particularly the US would be on the 15th, of August and Britain and South Korea would follow soon after,of August while it has released in UAE and Germany already. No mention of its price was made by the company.
With the interface powered by the search engine giant, Google's trademark OS, Android 4.0, Ice cream Sandwich or ICS, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has a touchscreen which is almost twice as large as its predecessor. Now bearing a 10.1 inch screen when measured diagonally which is a vast improvement on the earlier available 5.3 inch form factor.
The S Pen which was earlier available is still present allowing you to create notes and draw on the screen. You can now split the screen, perform two functions and keep an eye on both of them at once.
The quad-core beast of a processor takes multitasking to a whole new level more so when compared to the older version that ran on a dual core processor.
JK Shin, the chief of Samsung's mobile unit said that with Galaxy 10.1 users are at total control of the power of creation and customization of the features. Another spokesperson from the South Korean Electronics giant said that this is more of a tablet PC..
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