It’s baaaaack! And it’s better than ever!
Samsung has just officially announced the return of their super-sized Galaxy Note – the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – and here’s more good news, it’ll reportedly hit stores globally this month. Of course, this isn’t an assurance the new Galaxy Note will hit Philippine stores this August too, but given Sammy’s success rate in the country, we’re pretty sure it won’t take them that long to bring this baby to local fan boys.
Oh, and remember that rumor its delay was due to a quad-core upgrade?
Well, turns out, it’s true! Compared to the Galaxy Note 10.1 they announced earlier this year, this one runs on a 1.4GHz quad-core processor (vs a 1.4GHz dual-core), with double the RAM (2GB vs 1GB) and sports a better 5-megapixel cam (vs 3-MP cam), a slightly lower rated 1.9-megapixel cam on the front (vs 2MP cam), and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity (vs BT 3.0).
Here’s a promo vid to further whet your appetite:
But if you prefer something a bit more pocket-able, then stay tuned as we expect the Galaxy Note 2 to be unveiled towards the end of the month.
For the more on this 10.1-inch Galaxy Note, hop on over to Android Central where they’ve also got the full press release up and posted.
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