Preview Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is just days before its official international launch this August 2012 – and we definitely have a reason to be excited about it.

Ok maybe we may have several reasons to be excited about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Unlike other tablets (including other Samsung products) which were always looking up to the iPad, this one seems to have surpassed it. Is this finally the iPad killer?

While other tablets were built to try and dethrone the iPad, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 seems to have been built without the iPad in mind. Based on Samsung’s video release it has 5 Key features: Multitasking, Note taking, Education, Information, and Photo Editing.

Take a look at the official video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 :

The key features that I’m really excited about are – Multitasking, Note taking, and Photo Editing, as they are the ones I could use immediately. How about you?

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  1. Riley says:

    I wonder what new additions Samsung will have on the Galaxy Note 10.1 when it arrives. The Galaxy Tab, which is what I currently have, is a fantastic device already and hopefully Samsung can only improve on it. My Galaxy uses AT&T’s LTE network, and the two go hand in hand. I will probably wait for that version of the Note 10.1 to come out. Many of my Dish coworkers have a Galaxy of some sort and love them. I really like streaming live and recorded TV to my phone through the Sling Adapter that I have connected to my Hopper at home. With the Dish Remote Access app on my Galaxy Tab and LTE network, streaming comes in clear and quick. I can’t wait to get a new Galaxy 10.1.

    • Ige says:

      Tha Galaxy Note 10.1 is really tempting. The 3G and Wi-Fi is already good enough for me – but the LTE version will be a different animal for sure. They say the 3G and WiFi version will be the one to come out immediately with the LTE version coming out very soon – the date though I am not aware.