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Galaxy Note 10.1 UnBoxed in Korea Shows 1.4GHz Exynos Quad-core, 2GB RAM & More
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet is shaping up to be even more enticing than before. The device was just unboxed in Korea and it turns out to have some pretty beastly specs and features. Here's a breakdown of specs, followed by a description of its most unique feature:
- 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos processor
- 2GB RAM
- 5MP rear shooter
- GPS, IR Smart Remote
- HSPA+ support
- 7000mAh battery
- Android 4.0.x
The most intriguing thing about this new device besides those monstrous specs is that it has a new unique feature. Supposedly, it will have the capability to be a companion to your phone. It can be used as a speakerphone, and will send and receive text messages. Interesting, so if you are working on your device, and get a phone call or text, you don't have to grab a separate device, you just talk to it like a portable desktop speakerphone.
Perhaps the Galaxy Note 2 isn't the only reveal that Samsung will have on August 15th. We may see two products launched, the "small phablet" and the "large phablet." What do you think?
07-24-2012 12:17 PM
However, a rear-facing camera on a tablet makes about as much sense as putting an e-reader on the sole of a shoe. Why? Who's really going to carry a 10.1" tablet around and shoot pictures with it? Especially when (Apple asserts) all tablet users own cell phones that, presumably, have a camera with equal-if-not-superior specs to the built-in camera?
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