Whereas the original Galaxy Note was somewhere between a phone and tablet, its enlarged 10.1-inch sibling is clearly in the latter category. The Galaxy Note 10.1 runs Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and features the same S-Pen stylus support and handwriting recognition found in the original Note.
Aug. 16, 2012
What You Need To Know
- 3G version to be available at later date
- Includes bundled copy of Adobe Photoshop Touch, optimized for S Pen
- Features a built-in IR emitter, allowing the Galaxy Note 10.1 to function as a universal remote
It’s no secret that I’ve been excited to review the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for weeks now. I spend all day editing and critiquing documents, and I’ve been imagining a parallel world created by the Note’s stylus: a world where I edit articles with red ink instead of a track changes dialog, where I suggest layout revisions with a quick dash of a pen instead of screenshots and email, and where I am really good at drawing cars that turn into airplanes.
On paper, the Note 10.1 seems extremely...
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