Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 getting revised, still no launch date available

One of the biggest announcements from Samsung at Mobile World Congress, the Galaxy Note 10.1, is still a mystery. Although Samsung has gone ahead and announced release dates for many of the products it announced at Mobile World Congress, we still don’t know when consumers can get their hands on the Galaxy Note 10.1.

At a press event that took place on April 11, the guys over at The Verge were able to confirm a previous report that the device had been delayed. A spokesperson told them that the device currently doesn’t have a release date that what was shown off at Mobile World Congress in February will most-likely not be the final shipping product.

It is rumored that the revised Galaxy Note 10.1 will feature a quad-core Exynos chip instead of a dual-core. If this is the case, then it’s certainly worth the delay. With devices currently launching with quad-core Tegra 3 processors, it only makes sense for them to beef up the Galaxy Note 10.1 with a quad-core processor.

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