February 27, 2012
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 made official at MWC
Samsung has finally got out its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet at MWC which is simply a large slate with its much-talked about S-Pen stylus. The tablet was leaked before its official announcement but even with the official announcement, the spec sheet seems scarce. The tablet has everything under and over the hood to deliver the ultimate tablet experience. Running on Android 4.0 ICS, the tablet sports improved “pen” hardware and quite interesting software tricks. One of them is multi-screen functionality. It enables you to watch videos or browse the web, while sketching out notes with the S Pen.
Samsung has taken the S Pen functionality a step further with this slate. There is a S Note, an app which enables you to combine notes and sketches together with web content and other digital media. The app also integrates search engines seamlessly, thus allowing you to drag and drop content without switching screens. Other than this, it will come preloaded with Adobe’s Photoshop Touch and Ideas apps. Since both of these applications integrate with the S Pen, it allows you to go ballistic with your creativity. Other than this, the tech specs include a dual-core CPU, clocked at 1.4GHz, HSPA+ connectivity, and two cameras.