Its Official Now – Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Will Feature A Quad Core Exynos Processor
If you are a Samsung or Android fan then you will definitely remember that back at MWC 2012 in February, Samsung displayed a new 10 inch tablet named as Galaxy Note 10.1. At that time, it was only the bigger brother of the Galaxy Note size wise, and it was loaded with a dual core 1.4 GHz Exynos processor under the hood. At that time, it had 1280 x 800 pixel resolution display as well as a 3MP camera on the back. Just like the smaller Galaxy Note, this tablet came with the popular S Pen but there was no slot to store the pen.
Last month we heard some rumors and speculations that suggested that the Korean manufacturer has taken this tablet back to the drawing board and there will be some major changes in the internal hardware of the device. Well, it seems like Samsung has already made some changes to the Galaxy Note 10.1, as it was displayed at an event held in Europe yesterday, and we have positive reports that there are some changes in the tablet.
Well, according to those reports, now the new and revamped version of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with a quad core Samsung Exynos processor and the same version is currently being displayed at the event. So, it is a great news for all those power users and Android enthusiasts. That’s not it, we have another good news that, Samsung has added a slot in the tablet where users will be able to store the S Pen stylus when it is not being used. Additionally, Samsung has also made some adjustments to the S Pen and now it is significantly thinner. Don’t worry, if you don’t like the thinner version of S Pen, Samsung is also offering a S Pen Holder Kit accessory, that will allow you put the thinner S Pen in that thick body and enjoy its use as you like.
At this time we have not received any confirmed release date for the Galaxy Note 10.1, but we have heard that Samsung is looking for a June launch. So, the new quad core Samsung Android tablet is on its way to us, are you willing to get your hands on it? Please mention it in your comments below and stay tuned for more.