Final Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 now fully previewed, price revealed

Final Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 now fully previewed, price revealed
Samsung has just unveiled its reworked, now quad-core Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with built-in S Pen stylus, is coming this month, and Russians from Mobile-Review were the first to get their hands on one and are now out with a full preview of the tablet.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 looks lose some of the iPad similarity as you’d notice with the big silver plastic sides and the stereo speakers at the front. It’s made out of plastic, which allegedly feels the same like the one on the Galaxy S III. The biggest highlight and change from previous versions is the now built-in stylus. The S Pen, as Samsung calls it, is easier to use with deeper integration with the whole system.

The screen is the only downside when compared to devices like the new iPad - the G Note 10.1 features a 10.1-inch Gorilla Glass display with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels. Similarly to the S III, the screen stays on for as long as you look at it - if you fall asleep or don’t look at it, the screen would turn off, and that’s a neat little trick.

So far, and at least for Russia, the Galaxy Note 10.1 is weirdly said to be offered with all models supporting both 3G and Wi-Fi, so that means no separate 3G version in that market. The variations will be a 16GB, 32GB, 64GB ones, all expandable via microSD cards. 

Now, from Western European markets we are hearing that a Wi-Fi-only version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 will be offered after all. The 16GB Wi-Fi-only G Note 10.1 price is set at 479 euro ($592), but keep in mind that prices in Europe are usually higher. 

Check out the pictures and hit the source link below for a translated version of the preview. How do you like that brand new Galaxy Note 10.1?

source: Mobile-Review, Tablets Magazine

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