By Taylor Martin | October 17, 2013 4:53 PM
Samsung has released several high-end smartphones in the last year with monster specifications. Yet all its tablets have been lacking that special ingredient to set them apart from the masses. They all sported low-end displays, year-old chipsets, and less than stellar build quality.
This year, Samsung stepped upped its game with the Galaxy Note series, alleviating all doubt that the Note lineup is anything but high-end. The 10.1-inch 2014 model of the Galaxy Note bears some of the best specifications we’ve seen in a tablet to date: a 10.1-inch 2,560 by 1,600 pixel resolution LCD display, 3GB RAM, Exynos Octa chip, 16GB to 64GB storage, IR blaster, and a giant 8,220mAh battery.
We’ll be comparing this tablet with its foes over the next week or so, leading up to the full review. Keep your eyes peeled and watch the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 unboxing in the meantime!