Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to Arrive in June with Quad-Core Exynos CPU?
Recently, PocketDroid has released a report about the most awaited Samsung gadget named as Galaxy Note 10.1 that won’t be released until June. The website quoted Korean newspaper IPD regarding this, as Samsung has decided not to release the tabletphone yet due to the possible quad-core Exynos processor upgrade.
The 1.5 GHz CPU will be replacing what was originally integrated 1.4 GHz processor as reported earlier by Samsung. It was at the Mobile World Congress held in February where the tablet was first announced. The 10.1 slate however, will be the mother version of the 5.3-inch tablet that was introduced by AT&T earlier this year.
Similar to the smaller version, the larger model will also have the known S-Pen stylus used for writing and creating images directly on the panel display. The 10.1-inch tablet has 1 GB of RAM, as well as HSPA+ support. Customers have three storage options including the 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB memory capacity. It will as well run on the latest Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich.
No specific date yet has been made for its official launch, since this is the second time that the unit has been delayed for release.