Before the August 15 event, Samsung has finally made the Galaxy Note 10.1 official. As expected, this “tablet” will come with the powerhouse specs. It will sport the flashy Exynos 4412 Chipset with a 1.4 GHz quad-core CPU and Mali 400MP GPU with 2MB of RAM. The screen will obviously measure 10.1 inches (as the name suggests) and will rock 1280x800 pixel (149ppi).
The tablet broke out of the net a month ago but on its second appearance, it came with an S-Pen slot. It will also come with ICS out of the box but we’re pretty sure that it’ll have the buttery Jelly Bean update this year. Aside for the cutting-edge specs, the device will have pre-loaded S-Pen apps like S Note, S Planner, Crayon physics, Adobe Photoshop touch and many more.
Rest of the specs are 5MP main shooter, 1.9 MP secondary camera for video calls, microSD card slot and a SIM card slot for 3G models. Samsung will release a WiFi-only and WiFi Plus 3G versions as of the moment. It is not certain if the LTE versions will reach the country. Pricing Php 25,000 for the WiFi-only models and Php 31,000 for WiFi plus 3G. Check out introduction video below.