Samsung Galaxy 10.1 not the Tab but a Note

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Then next in line for Samsung Galaxy Note series the Galaxy Note 10.1, first released a monster pack Galaxy Note 5.3 inch screen with useful S-Pen Stylus. Samsung is now taking its step to a full blown phablet.

To those who has been anticipating on what follows next of Samsung’s innovations, the tablet product lined-up might be confusing, noticed that Galaxy Note 10.1 is basically the same as the Galaxy Tab 2  10.1 except with the stylus support. The Note 10.1 has an upgraded feature to a Exynos 4 Quad chipset over the dual-core TI OMAP used in the Tab 2, with few upgrades to its camera, however the display remain identical and its core design as well.

But wait, there is more! The highlights that come with it includes an ARM cortex A9 quad-core chip processor running at 1.4 GHz, with an extended microSD card slot, a 5 megapixel AF camera with led flash, whooping 2 GB RAM and a 16GB of built-in memory. The sides are provided with a reasonable oomph pair of stereo speakers.

It comes with an Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) out of the box but there are promises in the future that it would be upgraded with an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade.
This is possibly the best to look and go through on what is good about the device and its vital components are located.

Flanked speakers to its left and right on its silver panel that runs around the edge through a white bezel, in front of it is the display in the center; on its top a front-facing camera and a light sensor. The front device is protected and super-smooth on a Gorilla Glass 2.

The Stylus/S-Pen is located on the right hand side (display facing you) with a hole along the bottom edge. It’s actually easy to remove and insert the Stylus/S-Pen, the S-Pen is slightly wider than it is tall, similar button features that you can find in the original Galaxy Note, thought it’s easier to push due to a much larger pen. The pen is reasonably ergonomic.

At the back, it’s just basically a huge slab plastic, with its fixed camera in the center on its silver panel. On the top edge is the power button, it’s generally found vaguely far into the center, also with its volume rocker, infrared port, microSD card slot, 3.5 headphone jack and SIM card slot.

This Note 10.1 is using a proprietary 30-pin connector for USB/charging connector which is somewhat irritating for me. The tablet is thin and light, in which it helps portability and also prevent exhaustion holding it for a long time.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 has something that would surprise you to know. A 10.1 inch screen PLS TFT LCD panel has a fair 1,280x800 pixel. With some recent Android tablets with a full HD display like the Acer Iconia Tab A700 and Asus Transformer Infinity has an overwhelming sharpness resolution of 1,920x1,200 pixel. If the Note has an appealing creativity on images, a high resolution display this would be a winner, especially when iPad comes to a raving 2,048x1,536 pixels.

The screen still appealingly sharp, when watching my favorite YouTube clip especially those flurries of snow, is displayed well. It’s at least rather bolder and very brighter too, pleasingly deep blacks and standout colours as well. If you’re on to movies and spending time watching YouTube clips, satisfyingly superb.

As Samsung creates as pretty much everything in the Android sphere, the Note 10.1 is with their TouchWiz custom UI atop Android 4.0 TouchWiz on its sensibly heavy skin, it show Samsung has given effort to change much of everything about stock extent on Android.

With its screen resolution, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 may crush by the iPad (3rd generation), however features of a powerful quad-core processor and an S-Pen Stylus appeals to be creative. Even if you don’t have use for the pen, a swift overall performance, decent screen, sensible design and useful features that makes the Samsung 10-inch tablet the best.
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