Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 arrives in the US at long last


When Samsung first released the Samsung Galaxy Note, it proved to be quite the sleeper hit. After all, who would have thought that a smartphone device with an unerringly huge display, would actually also double up as a pseudo tablet of sorts? Of course, this would have meant going to the tailors to make sure that your pants pockets are enlarged to accommodate the more generous size of the “phablet”, helping coin a new word in the process. Well, it had to happen – there is a new Galaxy Note in town, and this is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 would definitely be the latest addition to the Galaxy Note family of devices, where it intends to continue from where the original Galaxy Note left off. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, you will be able to enjoy the functionality and precision of a pen and paper through the merging of the S Pen alongside a 10.1-inch display that is definitely generous compared to its smaller brethren.

Apart from the stunning hardware, Samsung has not forgotten about the end users and consumers, which is why they have thrown into the mix Adobe’s premium creative application, Photoshop Touch that has been specially optimized for Samsung’s S Pen in order to deliver unprecedented precision and control. Not only that, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will also introduce the game changing Multiscreen feature that enables you to operate a couple of different apps side-by-side, simultaneously, on the same screen.

Underneath the hood lies a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM which should be more than sufficient to get it going, allowing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to handle all that you can throw at it without missing a beat. Another thing to take note of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 would be its an advanced S Pen feature that has 1,024 levels of sensitivity, making it ideal for natural and intuitive content creation. You can choose from white or dark gray colors, where it will come in 16GB or 32GB memory configurations, retailing for $499 or $549, respectively.

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One review or comment

Riley Says: August 19, 2012 at 9:27 am

I would like to try out the new Note 10.1 just to compare it to the new iPad. I’m not sure that a big processor and a smart pen is enough to back up the price. At least I’d have a better screen and the option to get LTE on the iPad. I’ve tried LTE on my Dish coworker’s Galaxy SIII using the Dish Remote Access app, and streaming is smooth and fluid. I like watching live and recorded shows on my iPad through the Sling Adapter that I have connected to my Hopper, and I would like to have the option to watch TV or open a document when and where I want. I’ll be sure to test the Note 10.1 out to see how it works compared to the iPad.

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