Hot on the heels of Samsung’s announcement of an August 15th announcement Sammy has decided to release the details of the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 10.1. The Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available in 3 forms…
- Wifi Only
- Wifi and HSPA+
- Wifi and LTE
The Wifi and Wifi & HSPA+ will be available for purchase this month and the Wifi & LTE version will be released later this year. The price was not reveled, but expect the typical tablet pricing, Wifi only as the cheapest and Wifi & LTE/HSPA+ to be significantly more expensive.
Samsung also revealed the specs of the Galaxy Note 10.1. The device will pack a Samsung Exynos 4 Quad Core processor and also include 2GB of RAM (Hello Gaming & Multitasking). Although Samsung did not dictate wich processor they will be using for the LTE capable device, it’s a good guess that it will be released later in the year when they work out all of the kinks with LTE and their Exynos processor. More details like price and exact dates will probably be had next week at Samsung’s big event so stay tuned. Until then check out Samsung’s new promotional video for the Galaxy Note 10.1 below. Will you be purchasing a Galaxy Note 10.1? Are you excited about the specs of this machine? Let ACS know in the comments section.
Sources Info: Pocketnow
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