Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 release was delayed to get the specs right. Announced at MWC in Q1 of this year, rumour has it that it will be unveiled on August 15th of this year in the US. No specs are available so far from official sources, but someone has done an hands-on with the tablet and written a blog post. This sure does reveal alot, including the camera shot of the specs on the box, screenshots of specs in the about device section of the tablet settings.So we might as well go with this for the Korean version, where the leaker comes from. Whether this will be the same version for the global device we will have to wait and see.
The specs revealed here are:
- 10.1″ 1280×800 AMOLED Display with 16:10 aspect ratio
- 1.4Ghz Exynos 4412 Quad Core processor
- 16GB internal memory
- Memory card slot (upto 64GB I assume)
- 5mp AF main camera, 1.9mp front
- 2GB RAM
- Android 4.0
- 3G HSPA+ and dial application
- Smart remote (Universal remote control)
- Full HD(1080p) Playback and recording
- Stylus (or S Pen)
- 7000mAh Battery
This is where we wait for the next to and a half weeks to see if this is true. Some of the specs are slightly different from what has previously been on the rumour mill, some like the 13mp camera(does this mean alot really?) and talk that it might just launch on Android Jelly Bean. And I just wonder, are these specs good to go or are they disappointing? Is it the ultimate tablet? Please tell us in the comments.
sux 4 sure…. i expected more on the HDD atleast… if i were to switch my computing to a tab for mobility. Gotta have my movies aside my projects when im on the go! The processor is same as S3 but the screen delivers magic. ive watched a video. Thot this was the ultimate tab but windows 8 tab might just be it! Timo
Well in, tablets are mainly for content consumption, that’s why you havent seen one being developed with a 128Gb SSD in like they do with Ultrabooks. Its my understanding that there will be a 16 and 32GB option, plus a 64GB capable microSD slot, if that’s not enough, then I dont know your requirements.
Then there is something I learnt very recently, building a device with big storage will drive the cost higher up than what getting an extra storage via memory card would. And that’s the reason you will see entry level droids getting 20mb of internal storage and a 4GB memory card bundled in.
Another point I wanna discuss is comparing the Android tablet with a windows tablet, you cannot get something on one and the same on another, the software architecture is quite different, and the same translates to the user experience.
Now as a FYI, there will be four other OEMs releasing Windows RT Tablets, that includes Samsung, (the rest am not sure, could be Asus, Acer, LG or Nokia).
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