The most anticipated tablet of this month is definitely none other than Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Samsung has already triggered the excitement through a sneak peak video published by the company on YouTube. This official video highlights the specs and features of the upcoming UI in the market.
The tablet which can be called the big brother of the successful Galaxy Note has some really exciting features. It comes with a stylus which is sure to make it entertaining with amazing stuff to match the UI which Samsung has introduced. The tablet has also been designed to work on multiple apps at one time which means that working on a presentation and chatting with a friend can be done at the same time with ease, with the help of the stylus.
Another brilliant feature of the new Galaxy Note 10.1 will be the function to re-size the on-screen keyboard. This feature is going to come in really handy while working on multiple apps simultaneously, especially if a keyboard is needed for working on one app. The presence of the stylus is obviously the treat from UI which is featured in the tablet to take it beyond excellence. All sorts of users including students, professors, entrepreneurs, designers, artists and even casual users can take advantage of the stylus in many different ways like multi tasking, education features, photo editing and note taking. Note taking with it is as easy as writing on a notepad. You can highlight, take simple notes and add shapes to any document you want to work on. Quick notes can be added to videos, documentaries and books in matter of seconds.
Not only are the stylus and the IU technology much celebrated on the upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1, but the small bits lying inside the machine are quite impressive in adding value to the tablet. It boasts a 1.4 Ghz quad core Exynos processor which is combined with a 2GB of RAM making it obvious that things are going to run smoother and faster on the 10.1.
The tablet is initially designed to work on Android 4.0 ICS but by the looks of it perhaps the Jelly Bean update will not take any longer. In addition to this, the tablet has also been designed initially to be sold with Wi-Fi only, but 3G versions along with a LTE version are going to appear soon as well.
Although Samsung has offered a large number of excellent features for the new Galaxy Note 10.1, like always, it is going to be the pricing strategy of their tablet which will make all the difference. If Samsung strike the wrong cord with the pricing strategy, not many buyers will be attracted to this handsome piece, no matter how much capabilities it holds.