Galaxy Note 10.1’s Intro video Live on YouTube; will go on sale this month
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Samsung’s published Galaxy Note 10.1’s Introduction Video on their YouTube channel which depicts all the features and capabilities of Galaxy Note tablet in vivid HD. Samsung’s also made it clear that the device would go on sale by the end of this month; though they left it’s pricing to guesswork.
Galaxy Note 10.1 which would finally go on sale, is an upgraded version of the one which Samsung unveiled at CES 2011. The new tablet would feature Samsung’s quad-core Exynos 4112 processor, along with 2 GB of RAM and a slot where S-Pen rests.
Like Galaxy Note phablet, 10.1 would feature several S-Pen optimized apps which would make work and education really interesting. These apps would enable you to create office presentations (with high quality graphs, pie charts, tables and much more), take notes, create tutorials, fill-in journals, solve mathematical problems, and edit photos.
Galaxy Note 10.1 would feature an HD (1280 by 800 pixel resolution) display screen, a 5-megapixel main camera, and would run on Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – most probably it would be upgraded to JellyBean as soon as Samsung releases a TouchWiz loaded Rom for Galaxy S III.
You’d also be able to do multiple things at one time on this tablet. For example, you can watch a video and browse the web simultaneously, or cut photos from the internet straight into your templates, or just sit back, enjoy a movie, while updating your social networking sites. This feature was initially launched in Galaxy S III and to be honest, I didn’t like it, but now, I think these features would make anybody’s experience much better. A larger screen is the secret ingredient.