Here we have a brief look at the Galaxy Note 10.1. Will it be able to compete with the iPad 3? Apparently potential buyers will be looking for a HD quality screen but not really sure if it is going to happen. They seem to be putting more emphasis on a quad core model rather than the quality of the screen this may be a sticking point the people that are looking forward to buying a Tablet with HD quality display compatibility.
As we said when testing the latest Apple tablet, there is a before and after HD on tablet, no matter the brand. This turn, all the top models should borrow it: after all, more than any other component is the screen we see when using a touchscreen slate. But if Samsung is expected, according to an internal source, review its Galaxy Note 10.1, it is not on the screen that progress would focus, but on the processor…
He said in the right circles that the tablet would pass a Exynos dualcore quadcore with attractive models, just to compete with the iPad and tablet Tegra 3 in terms of technique – hence an estimated release date to June 2012 . However, is this relevant? The multiplication of hearts is a very tricky selling point: the technophile often has good reason to believe it serves no purpose, the general public, it is against in-form. It was assumed that on LesArdoises Samsung would update its model before taking it out, but we were almost convinced that the change would be to the screen.
It may be difficult to multiply the pixels on a model of the range “Note” with the Wacom technology, essential to use exactly the stylus, but is it a hardware boost will be enough to convince, knowing that the Exynos dualcore are still far from being offside? Bonus question: is it that Samsung will manage to sell a non-HD shelf price of the iPad – if not more: think the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, models in all respects with those of last year, will already be priced at € 399 indecent?