Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 launching across the globe this month

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 launching across the globe this month
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 quietly appeared up for pre-order on US retailer Negri Electronics, suddenly resurrected after nearly five months since it was unveiled at MWC in February. And now, Samsung has finally confirmed that the Note 10.1, a tablet with stylus support built deep into the system, will roll out globally this month. 

Meanwhile, all the rumors we’ve heard about the device getting bumped up to a quad-core processor turned out true and below you can find the full spec sheet. The highlights include a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. But the feature that will lure most people is probably the content creation experience - you can split the screen into two and multitask much more effectively. The built-in stylus is also great for sketching and note taking. 

UPDATE: And the first preview of the Galaxy Note 10.1 is in. That was fast.

We are also hearing the price will be set at 479 euro (around $600) in Europe, but there devices usually cost more than in the United States. Our guess for the US price of the Note 10.1 would be $479. That's based on previous devices like the new iPad that costs 499 euro in Europe (equalling $617), but in the States it's much cheaper at $499. 

Below, you'd find a video demonstration of the interface and the specs. Pretty impressive for the most part, don’t you think?

source: SamsungMOBILE

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