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Exclusive: First firmwares Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000


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The Galaxy Note 10.1 comes closer than ever, today the first firmwares are available on sammobile.com/firmware and are all for the middle east countries.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 runs on Android 4.0.4 and use a big 10.1” WXGA TFT screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, the screen supports 16 million colors.
Other highlights about this tablet are the 1.4 quad-core processor and the S-PEN.
We of SamMobile can’t wait to review this tablet.

Some details about the firmware:
Android 4.0.4
Build date: July 20
CODE: N8000XWALG7
PHONE: N8000XXLGA
CSC: N8000OJVALG4

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5 comments on “Exclusive: First firmwares Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000

  1. curtgolf53 2 years ago said:

    Samsung does it again. A new tablet without the newest OS (jelly bean). How long will it take them to upgrade this tab?

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  2. msedek 2 years ago said:

    this its the fking reason of why gt-P7500 haven’t got ics yet..

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  3. ellysee 2 years ago said:

    Who buy it who will be cry…
    Why? The next will be come out LED display 1~~~

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  4. dulber 2 years ago said:

    No super AMOLED?

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  5. Steef 2 years ago said:

    This would be a perfect tablet for me but it lacks two things:

    1. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
    2. Full HD 1080p screen

    They did a good job upgrading to the Exynos 4 quad core cpu and 2 gigs of RAM. But a high end tablet nowadays should have a 1080p screen to be able to compete with Acer/Apple/Asus. Plus the fact it doesnt have Jelly Bean pre-installed is just bad considering how long Samsung takes to upgrade devices to the lastest software.
    The only unique feature of this tablet is the pen optimised software, not a real big selling point if you’d ask me.

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