Ever wondered why Samsung is taking so long to announce its Galaxy Note 10.1 which they showed off in the last Mobile World Congress? After showing off the 10.1â€ tablet equipped with its popular S-Pen, the company went quiet and never really mentioned about the product ever again and fast forward 3 months later, it looks like Samsung has been busy revamping the device inside and out.
The new Galaxy Note 10.1 is now slimmer and comes with a slot for the S-Pen; the S-Pen too seems to be much slimmer than it first made its debut. On top of that, the company will also sell a dedicated pen holder to make it easier for you to hold and draw with. But thatâ€™s not the most exciting part, sure, itâ€™s great to have a slimmer and lighter product but whatâ€™s more interesting is that it seems like the new tablet will be powered by Samsungâ€™s very own quad-core Exynos processor as opposed to the dual-core announced previously.
Of course, nothingâ€™s official yet, the product was spotted at a German event recently and Samsung still refuse to shed any light. Whatever it is, itâ€™s said to make its official debut in June.