Galaxy Note 10.1 gets an early hands-on in South Korea


The commercial yesterday didn’t reveal much except for its advanced S Pen functionality. However, someone in South Korea has managed to get their hands on the device before the launch and spill the specs of the larger-sized Note.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 is a KT variant and features a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display, 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor, 2GB RAM, HSPA+, Android 4.0, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 16GB internal memory, 5MP main camera, 1.9MP front camera, full HD recording and playback support, GPS, microSD card slot and 7000mAh battery.

Do note, this is a Korean variant so Samsung may slightly alter the specs of the international variant, similar to what they did with Galaxy S III.


  • Marcus Ong

    lol why same resolution as the old Galaxy Note

  • HookedOnTabs

    I understand this is the same lack luster display used in the Tab 2 10.1. I used one for 3 weeks. I prefer my old Asus TF101 transformer. My G NOTE I717 cell has a remarkable screen, this one is a total waste of all those beautiful hardware features.

    • HookedOnTabs

      I bought one anyway.
      Now fighting Chrome and cut and paste crashes. However, Samsung must have improved the digitizer, because with adjustable screen settings, one forgets about the display math and easily adjusts, even learns to love the display. Now if Google would do their part and get the browser synced.