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February 27, 2012

Samsung unveils 10.1-inch Galaxy Note

And while we thought the stylus is no longer in style with tablets, Samsung showed it can still do a good job with the 5.3″ Galaxy Note N7000. Now they’re doing a 10.1-inch version of the Galaxy Note announced at the Mobile World Congress.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 will also use an S Pen which was unique to the original GT-N7000 model from last year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 specs:
10.1” WXGA PLS TFT @ 1280×800 pixels
1.4GHz dual-core processor Exynos chip
Mali-400MP GPU
1GB RAM
16GB, 32GB & 64GB internal storage
up to 32GB via microSD
HSPA+ 21Mbps
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, (2.4GHz & 5GHz)
WiFi Direct, WiFi Channel Bonding
Bluetooth 3.0
3MP rear camera
1080p full HD video playback
720p video recording
2MP front-facing camera
USB 2.0 Host
GPS w/ aGPS support (3G model)
GPS w/ sGPS support (WiFi model)
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Samsung TouchWiz UI 4.0
Li-Ion 7,000mAh battery

Based on the technical specs, the tablet will come in WiFi-only and 3G+WiFi models.

Samsung did not detail the release date of the Galaxy Note 10.1 as well as the suggested retail price but we will update this post once it becomes available.

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12 Responses to “Samsung unveils 10.1-inch Galaxy Note”

  1. Anonymous says:

    You forgot to add in your article title: “… totally disappointing, no telephony, primary camera downgraded, no NFC, etc.,”

  2. EarlZ says:

    Pretty nice the only disappointing thing is that the resolution is still 1280×800.. was expecting it to be 1920×1080 and with a better PLS screen!

  3. arkigloria says:

    3Mp camera only ?

  4. starshooter says:

    Yuga can you compare the difference between the 10.1 galaxy tab2 and this one, since they are both 10.1-inch. which is better?

  5. CarloBlogg Online3.0
    Twitter: carloblogg
    says:

    hhmmm Samsung sacrificed telephony for a S Pen? Siguro catered to for a specific market. :) And its a tablet nga naman. :D Pero sa dami ng tabs ngayon with cellphone function, its hard to settle with this model, what do you think sir Yuga?

  6. Anonymous says:

    It can still send SMS and make calls.

  7. Salma says:

    People, have you heard of the word “Variants”?!! So if you think na etong tablet na ito doesnt suits your need, then dont buy it. May ibang variants pa ng tablet ang Samsung!!! Hindi naman siguro tanga si Samsung na maglabas ng ganitong product to kung alam nilang walang mga tao na may ganitong specs na gusto!!!

  8. Anonymous says:

    [quote]

    Salma says:
    Tue, February 28 at 11:42 am

    People, have you heard of the word “Variants”?!! So if you think na etong tablet na ito doesnt suits your need, then dont buy it. May ibang variants pa ng tablet ang Samsung!!! Hindi naman siguro tanga si Samsung na maglabas ng ganitong product to kung alam nilang walang mga tao na may ganitong specs na gusto!!!

    [/quote]

    “tanga” !!!

    Strong fighting words, Salma? :D

    Hindi nga “tanga” SI Samsung, kasi KAYO po ang ginagawang “tanga” NI Samsung.

    We encourage Samsung not to call it Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1″ when it:

    1.) Cannot receive calls;
    2.) Cannot receive native video calls;
    3.) Downgraded the primary camera to 3.15MP from 8MP… and the list goes on.

    I would rather Samsung call it Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 3G+WiFi with S-Pen. Okay? Calm down, your throbbing veins are showing… :p

    Kapische?

    • Tabernj says:

      Teka muna hindi kami gianagawang tanga ng samasung. alam mo kung sino ginawang tanga dito IKAW yun.

      Bakit ka naging “TANGA”

      Regarding your Post below

      1.) Cannot receive calls;
      2.) Cannot receive native video calls;
      3.) Downgraded the primary camera to 3.15MP from 8MP… and the list goes on.

      You are totally wrong

      1.) Galaxy Note 10.1 3g can make calls and receive calls. – Dito mali ka na
      2.) Galaxy Note 10.1 3g can receive native video calls. – Mali ka ulit
      3.) Hindi 8mp at 3mp ang Galaxy Note 10.1 wi-fi or 3g its 5mp – Mali ka nanaman

      Wag ka kasing Tanga.

      Tapos sasabihin mo We encourage Samsung not to call it Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – Sino ka naman para sabihin yan? e simpleng specs lang tatanga-tanga ka na.

      Ano kamo suggestion mo – I would rather Samsung call it Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 3G+WiFi with S-Pen. – Hoy Tanga wag mong gawing tanga yung samsung. wag ka mang hawa ng katangahan mo

      Calm down, your throbbing veins are showing… :p

      hehehe

      @Salma – ayos ba =)

      I would rather Samsung call it Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 3G+WiFi with S-Pen.

  9. boy_drowing says:

    I’m thinking of the tablet’s sensitivity in terms of sketching and digital painting compared to those with pricey Wacom cintiqs, maybe a perfect alternative?

  10. Neil Don says:

    Di naman kailangan na maging 8 mp and camera nyan para maging worth it eh. Dont you guys find it a bit awkward if you are using tablets for takin pictures? Kaya may camera para pangtake ng magandang pictures right.

  11. AlainL
    Twitter: kurogami207176
    says:

    I’m gonna bookmark this post and wait for that update on the Price, Date of arrival and possibly where to buy it.
    Definitely buying this tablet!

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