Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets unboxed, 2GB of RAM onboard

by: Bams SadewoJuly 24, 2012

Brave Post

It’s been hinted to come on August 15 and we’ve seen its first ever commercial being released – now if only there’s some lucky soul out there who can get a hold of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and do the requisite unboxing. And just like that, our prayer is answered, thanks to The Brave Post all the way from South Korea.

Feast your eyes on the white Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and all of its S Pen glory. While the accompanying texts on the website are in Korean, it’s nothing that a little Google Translate can’t fix.

The main surprise seems to be the inclusion of 2GB RAM, as opposed to 1GB. We’re not sure if this is strictly for the domestic market, but we sure hope the bumped up RAM will make it to the international version. And as we’ve uncovered before, you can make phone calls on the Galaxy Note 10.1.

Those who were expecting to see a higher resolution display are in for a disappointment, as there’s no change to the 1,280 x 800 resolution of the Galaxy Note 10.1. Other features to be found include a quad-core 1.4GHz Exynos 4412 processor, 5MP rear camera with Full HD Playback and HD recording, HSPA+ connectivity, 7,000mAh battery, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

We’ve embedded the video of the S Pen in action for your viewing pleasure. You know, just in case you feel the need to be wooed.

What do you think? Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 a first-day purchase material?

  • Yamsen

    Not bad, the tip of the pen seems a bit rigid not a soft tip is that right?

  • Tets

    I would rather have the 720p versus 1080p. The Acer and Asus lag too much and most apps look crappy. 720p will be smoking fast with this quad core, and it is my personal opinion that tegra 3 sucks and has horrible performance issues with its 5th sleeper core being used way too much. If Samsung brings 2gb ram I am so in!

  • selena gomes

    It´s really brilliant!
    Although Samsung’s popularity has largely stemmed on its hardware development, Samsung’s software engineers are busy thinking of innovative new ways to make their top notch hardware more human friendly.The latest bit of ingenuity comes in the form of Samsung’s SmartStay technology which cleverly prevents the display from timing out by detecting if the user is looking at the screenLike face detection software in cameras, SmartStay uses the front-facing camera to check in on your mug to make sure its still looking at the phone.Now you can get this feature even if you don’t have the Galaxy S III

  • What about full USB and/or HDMI ports? Please!! And not the silly little mini USB and mini HDMI ports to fiddle with.

  • joey

    agree, 720p is way better in many ways in tab form. the screen technology for the s pen is one of a kind on this tab, can’t wait.

  • iCSGalaxy

    lucky bastard…. ship me one …