Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Pumps Up with Quad Core Presence [Video]

June 5, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We don’t think you would disagree with us when we say that the Samsung Galaxy Note has already proved to be a worthy product right from the first day of its launch.

With the Note’s success having garnered more fans, consumers from all over the globe are now waiting for the latest edition of the Note, termed the Galaxy Note 10.1.

To boost the things a little bit higher, Samsung is supposedly putting a Quad core processor in the new Note 10.1. This will enable it to look up to the SIII, which also features the same processor.

Samsung claims the Enynos 4 Quad will deliver twice the processing power while consuming 20% less battery. Each core will be clocked to 1.4GHz, much like the last generation, and it is still going to be based on ARM’s Cortex-A9 architecture.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has an eye catching list of specs and features that includes a PLS TFT touch screen of 10.1 inches. It also has a main camera of 3.15 megapixels with auto focus, LED flash and 1080p video recording facility and a second camera of 2 megapixels.

The Pebble Blue Finish is a new addition to the overall appeal of the device. Note series of devices can be said bulky by size but at the same time, the bulkiness is also seen on the features it offer the user.

The graphic quality is also splendid in the sense that after watching a high def video on this one, no user will be satisfied with other displays.

Along with all this, the new-gen Note is said to have overcome the problem of finding a place for keeping the stylus, as it has been given a slot to rest in the device itself.

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