Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1″ Release reportedly pushed back to June; to feature Quad-Core Exynos processor

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1″ reportedly pushed back to June; to feature Quad-Core Exynos processorYou might be waiting for the 10.1″ Galaxy Note which was unveiled back in February, but now it seems like the Samsung has pushed the release of the 10.1″ Galaxy Note with S Pen to June.But wait, don’t get disappointed, it is said to be for a good cause that the Samsung is replacing the Dual-core processor of the Galaxy Note with  a quad-core Exynos processor. The report came from Korea’s daily IPD newspaper.

When the Samsung unveiled the 10.1″ Galaxy Note, devie device was running on a dual-core 1.4GHz Exynos processor under the hood. If the report of replacing the Dual-core processor with the a quad-core Exynos processor, it is good move and will meet the current standard of the high-end Android tablets. It is expected to feature  1.5GHz Exynos 4412 chipset when it comes to Market.

The newspaper reports that Samsung decided to go with the quad-core Exynos processor as a way to make the tablet more competitive to the new iPad.One way or the other it is good move since the A5X processor in the iPad outperforms even the Tegra 3 processor, so Samsung should be expecting Galaxy Note with high-end specs and advantages of the S Pen to be better shape to compete with the new iPad in the market .

If the Samsung brings the Galaxy Note with Quad-core Exynos processor and competitive price tag, a better market share for the Galaxy Note 10.1 may be possible.


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