Remember the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1? Of course you do. It was announced back at Mobile World Congress along with some other cool devices. Unfortunately, the folks at Samsung decided to go back to the drawing board with the Galaxy Note 10.1, supposedly to outfit it with a fast quad-core processor instead of the dual-core processor it was originally supposed to launch with.
At an event in Germany this week, the new, redesigned Galaxy Note was spotted looking slimmer and with a built-in S-Pen slot. Surprisingly, Samsung didn’t include a slot for the S-Pen in the original design, something that’s present in the original Galaxy Note.
In addition to the slimmer design and S-Pen slot, the new Galaxy Note 10.1 is rumored to now rock a quad-core Exynos processor, the same that’s available in the upcoming (or should I say already available in Dubai) Galaxy S III. Unfortunately, Samsung isn’t letting people know what’s inside the Galaxy Note 10.1 until the product is officially unveiled, again.
Hopefully we’ll be able to get our hands on this tablet soon. Lots of people are waiting to play Draw Something on a big screen that comes with a native Pen.