If you didn’t see this one coming from a mile away, then it’s clear you haven’t been paying much attention. After countless leaks and even an early August availability from online retailers, Samsung’s ready to make its S-Pen slate, the Galaxy Note 10.1, official for the U.S. market. With the Note 10.1 you’re getting an ICS tab outfitted with a 10-inch 1,280 x 800 TFT LCD display, quad-core Exynos 4 CPU clocked at 1.4GHz, 2GB RAM, microSD storage expandable to 64GB, 1.9-megapixel front-facing / 5-megapixel rear cameras and a 7,000mAh battery.
The device, first introduced this past February at Mobile World Congress, stands apart from its capacitive rivals thanks primarily to the addition of a Wacom-like digitizer panel optimized for the company’s handwriting recognition software and a slew of stylus-specific, pre-loaded apps, like Adobe’s Photoshop Touch and Samsung’s own S Note. Prospective owners will be able to choose from two neutral launch colors, grey and white, when it goes on sale this Thursday.
Price and availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in USA
The TouchWiz-skinned Android tablet is set to hit retail shelves tomorrow, August 16th, and will be offered up in 16GB and 32GB WiFi-only configurations priced at $499 and $549, respectively.
News Courtesy: Engadget