Latest Samsung Galaxy Note’s Arrival Delayed for Revisions
So much anticipation awaits the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, as it has been delayed for revisions by its producer. Last February, it was given light at the Mobile World Congress, but two months after, it seems no clue on its further advancements yet.
A spokesperson from the company itself stated on The Verge last Wednesday that Samsung has no release date fixed to be announced for the device yet, and the one that was publicized in February may not exactly be alike with the final product that will be sold and shipped to users worldwide.
Furthermore, Samsung feels successful about revealing the larger Note and cautioned future consumers that the device that shall hit up the sales may differ from the 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos SoC, 1280 x 800p screen, and 3 MPl rear-facing shooter that was first exposed in Barcelona. Changes on the undeveloped device are expected to differentiate it from the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 2, though no more specifics were given.
The revisions and delayed release creates rumors that Samsung could be aiming to have an advanced device far better than the new iPad by offering a fully quad-core tablet before Apple does. However, there could be other factors that are behind the delay of the Galaxy Note 10.1 besides leap-frogging Apple.