Samsung Compares the New iPad with Galaxy Note 10.1, Says “Ours is Better”

March 8, 2012
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    You gotta give some props to Samsung for the audacity it often shows, even during the most heated competition. Within hours of the launch of the new iPad by Tim Cook et al, greeted with much fanfare from the usual suspects, Samsung decided to throw a one-two punch at its biggest non-Android competitor. The Koreans released a list of comparisons between the new iPad and its own Galaxy Note 10.1, that (kind of) shows that the Note is ultimately the better option.

    You can see from the comparison chart below that Samsung really wants to show off the Note’s multitasking skills — the capability to view and work with two apps at the same time. In fact, the list mostly revolves around these two abilities.

    While the new iPad comes with a Retina display with 2048 x 1536 resolution, Samsung believes that the screen on the Galaxy Note 10.1 is better optimized for precision writing and doodling, which makes it 10 times more accurate than a normal capacitive screen. The Koreans also took a dig at the size of the new iPad, flaunting the thinner and lighter build of the Galaxy Note 10.1. It’s quite a change of roles from last year, we must say, when Samsung was forced to redesign the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to compete with iPad 2’s svelter figure.

    Keep in mind that Samsung is yet to release the price or launch details of the Galaxy Note 10.1. As for the new iPad, the slate will start appearing in stores on March 16, in several countries.

    We hope Samsung still has some tricks left up its sleeve. Although the Galaxy Note 10.1 would make a great addition to the company’s tablet lineup, we can’t help craving for something more impressive, specs-wise at least. Whatever Samsung is hiding from the rest of the world might make an appearance during the gdgt Live party on March 9, at SXSW, where Samsung is said to make an “exciting announcement”. Will it be the introduction of the Galaxy Tab 11.6, with its rumored Retina display and 2GHz processor? Or will Samsung introduce the Galaxy S3 instead? We’ll find out soon enough.

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    Comments

    • Graham Laight

      Speaking of the new iPad, does anybody know a betting site that’s offering odds on the date of the announcement (which was undoubtedly before the launch) that pre-sales have been stronger than expected, and there will therefore be a waiting list to own it?

    • http://joemacintosh.com/ Joe Macintosh

      Yeah all right… LMAO! – man that’s just funny….

    • enyibinakata

      Very cheeky of Samsung – Take notes and view content side by side ? – Samsung Note – Yes , IPAD – No, unless you use pen and paper

      LOL

      • AppleSucksForLife

        Very cheeky of Apple saying iPad is cool because of high resolution

    • 8PAQ

      Saying that anything from Samsung is better than anything from Apple is like saying that a Huyndai is better than an Audi just because it has more trunk space or comes with standard heated back seats. Nice try Samsung!

      • Ctarden

        Hahahaha, I love that comparison because Hyundai is actually better than Audi. Go ahead and check the JD Powers Quality ratings. Or maybe vehicle resale value. Or maybe go by the explosive growth they have recieved over the last 3 years. Or maybe compare the Genesis Sedan to the A4. Hmmm, more power, better quality. It seems to be a fair comparison.

    • iRule

      iPad rox, its just better .. deal with it samsung …

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    • APPLES FOR KIDS

      Funny, Apple could have been be out of business if not for Microsoft and Bill Gates 150 Million dollar investment… Aug 6, 1997. Get over it Apple users, Microsoft “owns” your daddy, Droid “owns” your daddy. Apple just “owns” it’s kid users with control freak mentality and apps that only apple provides (approves). Droid gives power to the users baby!! Samsung is going to be a droid monster for years and years, Apple will be rotting to its core (if its zombie users ever wakeup…zzzzzzz). Apple has the Only Monopoly App Store, deal with it! Overall, smartphone sales in the U.S. are 47 percent Android and around 30 percent Apple. Even more funny is the CPU chipset in the Apple’s is from… guess who… SAMSUNG! LOL Again, Deal with it!

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