The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – a tablet, which the Korean company revealed back in February, is finally going to hit the market this month. At first it’s going to come in WiFi and 3G versions, while later on an LTE model will also become available. As we have already said, the company is launching the gadget later than it was supposed to due to the better specifications, which they decided to give it – a quad-core Exynos processor along with 2GB of RAM memory.
Among the added improvements is also the possibility to work with two applications on the same time (with a split-screen, of course) and a number of new S-Pen tweaks and features. Samsung also haven’t forgotten to include the Smart Stay technology, which keeps the screen on for as long as the user is looking at it (it follows your eyes using the front-facing camera) and Pop Up Play, which is going to let users watch videos while they’re doing something else – both of these features actually made their debut with the Galaxy SIII. B. A.