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MWC 2012: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 officially unveiled; powered by Dual-Core and ICS

MWC 2012: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 officially unveiled; powered by Dual-Core and ICSThere has been a rumor about bigger version of the Galaxy Note for a few weeks ahead of the MWC.  Fortunately it is no more a rumor but real, Samsung has finally lifted the cover of the Galaxy Note 10.1 model, may be the addition of the S Pen that comes with the original Galaxy Note 5.3″, made the Samsung name the device Galaxy Note, but it is more a Tablet like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 version with S Pen that helps the user create notes and draw on the screen etc.

When it comes to specs, We have got much info right now, all we know is that the device features a dual-core CPU clocked at 1.4GHz,  HSPA+ connectivity, and running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Certainly there are some additional features unlike the Galaxy Tab 10.1 version, the S Pen functionality with this Galaxy Note/Tab 10.1 device makes  the device more interactive with many features.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with quite interesting software functionaries such as  multi-screen functionality. So it will let you watch the videos or browse the web, while sketching out notes with the S Pen. In the future Samsung may come with more features that helps the students i the future, the tablet is already useful for the educational purposes as the device bundled with S Pen.

This time the S Pen functionality has brought further features with Galaxy Note 10.1, the Note features S Note which is an app useful for combining notes and sketches together with web content and other digital media. The App also has search engine functionality, allowing you to drag and drop content without switching screens. Interestingly the Galaxy Note 10.1 will come preloaded with  Adobe’s Photoshop Touch and Ideas apps with S Pen completely, and your creativity can go further high.

Anyway, we  are expecting more about the Galaxy Note 10.1, such other specs details, price and release info, so stay tuned.

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