The original Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 was still one of the most popular Android tablets in the market. Samsung, however, has recently upgraded its internal specs to make it even smoother and faster. The tablet now has 2560 x 1600 Full HD display (compared to the previous 1280x 800) with vivid and vibrant color, making it a better experience for watching movies, reading news, tweeting, working with productivity apps, and more.
With the GALAXY Note 10.1, it is easier to do multi-tasking (with multi-window) compared to doing it in your GALAXY Note smartphone, for example. You can do a video call with a friend while making notes of the conversation, which is pretty handy if you are asking a friend to guide you for a certain task.
The GALAXY Note 10.1 (2014) features the new Samsung’s leather-like back cover, which is also featured in their latest GALAXY Note 3 smartphone. It looks better compared to their old plastic cover such as the one in my Samsung GALAXY S4 and certainly provides a better grip.
It comes with a stylus (or the S-Pen) that will take advantage of many of the Samsung powered apps, come pre-installed with the purchase. Scribbling on your notes or adding personal touch to your photos are just some examples of what you can do with the S-Pen.
Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 2014 is powered by a 1.9GHz Quad Processor and 3GB of RAM, which should provide you with plenty of horsepower to power up your favorite apps and making the latest Android 4.3 experience more seamless than ever before.
Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 (2004) official advertisement:
Disclosure: The video is sponsored by Samsung