Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet updated

It was launched back in February but we have still to see the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet on the shelves. But when it does, it will have changed a little from the one we've previously seen.

We heard a whisper that Samsung was upgrading its upcoming tablets and now it turns out that rumour was, at least in part, true.

The main difference here is the processor, with the Galaxy Note 10.1 shifting from its original 1.4GHz dual-core chip to a new, quad-core processor. Unfortunately, we don't know the details of that chip, as the new tablet, which was on show at a German trade show, didn't list further details. But it is thought to be the Exynos chip that's currently impressing in the Samsung Galaxy S III.

Other than that, the design has also changed a little, with a smaller stylus, which fits neatly into the new sheath on the side. if you want the larger pen, you can get that as an add-on.

Other than those changes, all seems to be the same, with a 10.1-inch WXGA (1280x800-pixel) display, multi-screen functionality, the TouchWiz interface running alongside Google Ice Cream Sandwich, 1GB of RAM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, a three-megapixel rear-facing camera, a two-megapixel networking camera, 16, 32 or 64GB of storage, plus a microSD slot to boost that further.

June is said to be the new launch date for the tablet.

Source: Phandroid

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