This morning, owners of the Galaxy Note 10.1 from Samsung have started to see the Android 4.1.2 update hit their tablets. It’s been a bit of a wait, but it brings a lot of bug fixes and also fixes the Exynos exploit that we briefly touched on earlier last month.
To update your device to Android 4.1.2, head to Settings > About device > Software update.
Soooo, we spent a couple of minutes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 that was announced yesterday for Verizon. You can tell in the video that I’m struggling to come up highlights (or mystified by the 4G LTE logo on the back), and that’s because this device has been out for quite some time already as a WiFi-only tablet. This version simply has a 4G LTE – the only difference. (more…)
At today’s Samsung press event, the company announced that this month Verizon will receive the Galaxy Note 10.1 complete with 4G LTE connectivity and Jelly Bean. The Note 10.1 isn’t anything new, but for anyone who does pick this new variant up, you will be able to utilize Samsung’s full premium suite of applications, plus the benefits of 4G LTE. (more…)
Last week, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note 10.1, after some retooling, was ready for prime time in the U.S. Today, during an event in NYC, they announced that it will be available starting tomorrow, August 16, for $499 (16GB) and $549 (32GB). Retail partners for the launch of the device include Best Buy, Amazon, Tiger Direct, HH Gregg, CDW, BrandSmart, Conn’s and Fry’s. (more…)
Samsung announced this morning that the Galaxy Note 10.1 is finally ready to arrive, only this time it has been beefed up with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. This tablet was originally announced back at MWC in February, but for whatever reason, Samsung decided that it needed to upgrade it in several areas in order for it to make a splash. We aren’t sure if the jump from dual-core to quad-core along with doubling of RAM is going to do that. To be fair, they also upgraded the rear camera to 5MP.
The device runs Ice Cream Sandwich with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, and includes most of the selling features that were attached to the Galaxy S3, like Smart Stay, new AllShare Play, Pop-Up Play, etc.
The new Note 10.1 should arrive in Korea, Germany, the US and the UK, any day now. The rollout to the rest of the world will happen gradually after that. No pricing information was announced today.
After the break, you’ll find official specs, gallery, and an intro video. (more…)
We don’t know for sure yet what Samsung has planned to announce at its event on August 15, but this new leak might gives us a pretty good idea. The 10.1″ successor to the Galaxy Note is no secret, it’s been back and forth with being released many times, but now the device looks to be finished. A site named The Brave Post has gotten their hands on a white version of the tablet and has a lot of pictures and information to go along with it. (more…)
Attendees of MWC this year were lucky enough to get a sneak peak at Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. The device would come sold later this year with the S-Pen stylus and a dual-core 1.4GHz processor for all of your tablet needs. The only issue, is that the device didn’t have a designated slot for the stylus, so losing the S-Pen could become an issue for owners down the road. Samsung probably received enough guff over the lack of thought in the design and decided to recreate the tablet with a slot just for the stylus. And to sweeten the deal, they even threw in a new quad-core chip. (more…)