The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has officially been released today, promising to have the stylus-equipped Android Slate. The tablet is expected to go on sale worldwide starting this month.
Housing a 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, and 5MP Auto focus rear HD shooter with LED flash, the Galaxy Note 10.1, initially, will be available in Wi-Fi-only or Wi-Fi plus 3G 21Mbps HSPA+ versions, though a Wi-Fi plus LTE model to follow later this year.
Coupled by 2GB of RAM, the Android slate will be bringing upgraded specs over initially unveiled version at MWC.
As its name depicts, a 10.1-inch (1280 x 800 pixels) TFT display dominates the front with a 1.9MP snapper. The tablet measures at 8.9 mm thick and weighs 600g only. Other specs include S Note, S Planner, Crayon physics, Adobe Photoshop Touch, and Polaris Office. It also has a 7,000mAh battery.
Some unique features also include Smart Stay, Pop up Play, AllShare Play and AllShare Group Cast.
There will be three model, including 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB, and there’ll also be the customary microSD slot for added storage.
Moreover, the tablet will launch with Ice Cream Sandwich, though an upgrade to Jelly Bean will likely come shortly thereafter.
At the moment, the Note 10.1 is available in Korea, Germany, the US and the UK and would gradually be rolled out to other countries soon.
Update: According to SammyHub, the tab is priced at 479 Euros (~ US$592) for the WiFi and 599 Euros (~ US$741) the 3G version in Netherlands.
Update 2: The Note 10.1 WiFi model has already been available for pre-orders some time now.