The as-yet unreleased bigger sibling of Samsung’s Galaxy Note has received a couple of major improvements ahead of its impending official launch.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 has been spotted in Germany this week featuring a built-in slot for the S-Pen stylus, which was conspicuously absent when it was originally unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Better yet, the dual core chipset that was purportedly on board previously has been replaced with a beefier Exynos quad-core processor, bringing it up to speed with the soon-to-launch Galaxy S3.
It’s still not clear when the tablet will finally hit store shelves, but we’re hoping it won’t be too far behind the S3 which is released next week.
The Galaxy Note has been incredibly successful for the company, shifting more than five million units and proving to naysayers that contrary to their sniping there really is a market for so-called 'phablets'.
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