The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was revealed back in February at the mobile congress, but the Korean company decided to release it a little bit later in order to make the technical specifications a bit more appealing. Well, they seem to have done just that – the tablet is going to hit the market very soon and the The Brave Post website have managed to get a hold of the final version of it and are able to confirm the supposed specs – the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 isgoing to feature a quad-core Exynos processor, running at 1,4 gHz and it also offers a staggering 2GB of RAM – quite a lot better than the original dual-core chip and 1GB of RAM.
The rest of the device has remained the same – the design, the screen (with its 1280×800 resolution) and the software, which it’s going to run on release – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. There have been some interesting tweaks to the software, though, such as the ability for the tablet to be used as a speaker for you smartphone or even the ability to send and receive messages on your tablet, instead of doing it from you phone. B. A.