Few days ago Samsung officially presented its Galaxy Note 10.1 in New York. This was the opportunity to learn more about the tablet, starting with the prices that were currently unknown. Its prices will start from $499 for the 16GB model while the version with 32 GB will be offered at $549.
Besides his famous pen (the Pen-S) this model is distinguished by its ability to perform two tasks simultaneously using the feature called “multi-tasking”. This allows to split the screen into two and thus have two applications side by side.
Remember that this Galaxy Note 10.1 wil be equiped with SoC Exynos 4 Quad quad-core 1.4 GHz found in the Galaxy SIII. This tablet will also have 2 GB of RAM and as we mentioned above, two storage capacities are currently available: 16GB and 32GB. Its screen has a slab PLS (Samsung IPS) of 10.1 inches with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, compatible with the technology Digitalizer allowing it to take over the stylus and up to 1024 pressure levels .
It comes with Android 4.0.4 aka Ice Cream Sandwich and integrates many software such as Adobe Photoshop Touch. Moreover, as for the Galaxy SIII, you have 50 GB of online storage via Dropbox. An application called Samsung Smart Remote also allows use of the infrared emitter available in the tablet to transform it into a universal remote, as were possible with the SONY Tablet S.
For the time being this it is announced in the U.S., and it is now available at prices of $499 and $549 for its versions of 16 and 32 GB. Note that some of our colleagues now offer tests of this Galaxy Note 10.1, which will allow you to make a preliminary view of the beast.