Samsung has brought about an incredible change in its Galaxy Note 10.1, the 10-inch tablet version of Samsung’s popular Galaxy Note stylus –enabled Smartphone. Previously, Galaxy Note 10.1 was coming with Dual-Core Exynos processor which has now been updated to Quad-Core Exynos processor, S-Pen has been slimmed down and a slot to the tablet had been added to house the S-Pen.
The processor is a 1.4 GHz Quad-Core Exynos chipset (the Exynos Quad 4 found on the Galaxy S3 4212 model) having no trouble running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the screen resolution remains the as the Note, i.e. 1280 x 800. The back cover has been given a metallic Blue finish, same as that of Galaxy S3. The upgraded S-Pen and the Photoshop Touch app are enough resons that will attract people to buy it.
Galaxy Note had achieved the desired level of interest, but the design would be undergoing a bit of modification before being launched. The pen has also been slimmed down and now it seems to be as dinky as the one found on the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note phone. Samsung has revealed an aftermarket kit that lets you slot the stylus inside it turn it into a more substantial pen. There are also revealed pictures of an in-car tablet holder kit.
Galaxy Note Smartphone is assumed to be a bit sluggish in places despite of its Dual-Core Exynos processor, which may be down to the firmware that runs the pen functionality, but the two additional cores should mean this is not an issue. Rest of the Specs remains unchanged from the earlier reveal which includes 1 GB of RAM, a 3 MP camera with 1080p video capture and all other as promised and could be seen in its Mobile World Congress (MWC) reveal.