|Thursday, 24 May 2012 12:45 PM|
Ever wondered why Samsung is taking so long to announce its Galaxy Note 10.1 which they showed off in the last Mobile World Congress? After showing off the 10.1” tablet equipped with its popular S-Pen, the company went quiet and never really mentioned about the product ever again and fast forward 3 months later, it looks like Samsung has been busy revamping the device inside and out.
The new Galaxy Note 10.1 is now slimmer and comes with a slot for the S-Pen; the S-Pen too seems to be much slimmer than it first made its debut. On top of that, the company will also sell a dedicated pen holder to make it easier for you to hold and draw with. But that’s not the most exciting part, sure, it’s great to have a slimmer and lighter product but what’s more interesting is that it seems like the new tablet will be powered by Samsung’s very own quad-core Exynos processor as opposed to the dual-core announced previously.
Of course, nothing’s official yet, the product was spotted at a German event recently and Samsung still refuse to shed any light. Whatever it is, it’s said to make its official debut in June.