Just a few days after we told you the Galaxy Note 10.1 would be released in Hong Kong on August 9, today Samsung has officially announced that the tablet (initially unveiled back in February) will in fact be available around the world starting this month – in Wi-Fi only, and Wi-Fi plus 3G versions. An LTE version will be introduced later this year, and I assume at least one major US carrier is going to offer it.
Samsung has also re-confirmed that the Note 10.1 comes with a quad-core 1.4GHz processor, plus 2GB of RAM. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is on board for the beginning, with an update to Jelly Bean most likely planned for later. The rest of the device’s specs can be checked out here at its official product page.
Samsung didn’t unveil the official price of the Galaxy Note 10.1. But at least it launched a new promo video that lets you see what the tablet can do (in case you were wondering):
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