The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has made some small enhancements that will give it a little bit more appeal. One of the main additions is a new slot that would house the stylus, a nice development especially for the forgetful types. The stylus pen itself has been slimmed down to make it easier to write with and to fit the new slot. Further, the stylus itself might have been revamped to include erasing functionality.
Unofficial sources are pointing out that the Note 10.1 has received a solid hardware upgrades. The original dual-core chipset is being scrapped for the new Exonys quad-core CPU. Most of Galaxy Note 10.1’s competitors sport the quad-core chipset and it would be really silly of Samsung to continue with a dual core processor if adding two extra cores can boost performance even more.
Samsung had revealed the Galaxy Note 10.1 during Mobile World Congress held in February and has since been portraying the device as one that would be able to handle mobile computing needs of professionals, students, or business people alike. However, the price or the exact release dates have been kept under wraps.
In the end, it will be worth mentioning once again that all of the above are rumors at best, though we hope to come across the official statement soon enough.
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