The Galaxy Note 10.1 appeared under the Barcelona sun (at the MCW event to be precise) just days ago, but has already made its appearance at the FCC in between. Referred to as GT-N8000 as per FCC parlance, the tablet could be mistaken for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 except for the front facing 2 megapixel camera that adorns the front top bezel on the Galaxy Note 10.1 in place of a VGA unit on the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is among the more interesting tablet launches in recent times, primarily because it’s the only tablet in the 10.1 inch category to offer stylus support. Samsung has yet to reveal what the tablet will cost or when it will be reaching markets. However, now that the tablet has made it to the FCC, a Stateside launch shouldn’t be too far off.
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