Galaxy Note 10.1 (2012, Wi-Fi) | Samsung
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We've been waiting for Samsung's new Galaxy Note tablet to arrive since it plastered banners for it all over Mobile World Congress in February, and now it's finally here: the company has just officially launched the Galaxy Note 10.1, the larger-screened successor to the Galaxy Note with Galaxy Tab DNA.
Samsung has at long last made the release of its Galaxy Note 10.1 official, promising to have the stylus-equipped Android tablet on store shelves "globally" by the end of this month.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 appears to have landed in one customer's hands, who provides a thorough unboxing and reveals 2GB of RAM and several features that let the device serve as a companion to a user's phone.
A modeling agency has revealed a new commercial for the slippery Galaxy Note 10.1, though we're no closer to learning just when it will finally launch.
At a press event today a Samsung representative stated that there is no immediate release date available for the Galaxy Note 10.1, and that while the company revealed the device at Mobile World Congress to create buzz, the final shipping device could differ from what was revealed there.
As you'd expect, the Galaxy Note 10.1 fundamentally a 10.1-inch upsizing of the Galaxy Note, but it's also essentially a Galaxy Tab 10.1 with S-Pen support.