Samsung to introduce the Galaxy Note 10.1 with brand-new specs on August 15th?
At MWC 2012 Samsung showed the Galaxy Note 10.1. A couple of weeks after Apple showed their new iPad. Because of the iPad having a lot better specifications, Samsung decided to remake the Galaxy Note 10.1.
Sadly this tablet is still not available in webshops or normal stores.
Since Samsung announced a special event for August 15th, this could be the ultimate re-introduction date for the Galaxy Note 10.1.
There is at the moment only one website who think that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note II at August 15th.
We of SamMobile do not think Samsung will do that, and the reason is simple: Samsung and T-Mobile introduced the Galaxy Note T-Mobile for America just a couple of weeks ago.
We think that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note II the day before IFA.
What the plans for Samsung are at IFA is still a question but we think for sure the Galaxy Note II will be showed.
For August 15th we put our money on the Galaxy Note 10.1
Some specification of the new Galaxy Note 10.1
- 1.4Ghz Quad Core Exynos 4412 (the same as in the Galaxy S III)
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB of internal storage, expandable via micro SD cards
- 10.1 inch PLS display
- 1280 x 800 pixels of resolution
- 5MP rear camera, 1.9MP front camera
- 1080p video recording
- 7,000mAh battery
- HSPA+ / Wi-Fi a/b/g/n
- Bluetooth, GPS
Samsung want also to introduce the next generation of tablets in the second half of 2012.
Specially for the high-end tablet market with Super AMOLED display and bigger screen resolution.
Not really strange because the tablets of Samsung aren’t selling very well, and Samsung needs to stop selling the Galaxy Tab 7.7 in Europe because of Apple.
The next generation of tablets is specially for the Android user and for the person who don’t want an Apple iPad of course!
Prices will be around the same level as the Apple iPad.
For Galaxy S owners is this very good news, big AMOLED screens are really great. Specially when you already own a Galaxy S device with Super Amoled.