Even though the new Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet is yet to be unveiled this month, unlike with the Galaxy S3, Samsung failed to maintain secrecy this time as one lucky user in South Korea has managed to get a retail unit and has revealed specs of the updated Galaxy Note device for the whole world.
According to the user, the main specs include an astounding amount of 2GB RAM over previously speculated 1GB, quad-core 1.4 GHZ processor, Exynos 4412 chipset, 720p resolution display over the previously speculated 1080p resolution 5MP rear camera with Full HD Playback and HD recording, HSPA+ connectivity, 7,000mAh battery, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Those who were expecting 1080 display shouldn’t worry, since the other Android tabs with such resolution don’t perform that good, 720p will do just fine. By looking at the package, the device looks quite legit and not some prototype that you saw for Galaxy S3 before its launch.
However, things may come out a but differently when the Note gets publicly released. Some specs like RAM and exynos chipset could be different but it’s highly unlikely to happen. Let’s see in August the final specs for the Galaxy Note when it’s highly speculated to be unveiled officially.