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Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition hands-on (Video)

By Stephen Schenck September 4, 2013, 4:58 pm

Yes, it’s still 2013 – you don’t need to double check your calendar. Nevertheless, Samsung’s already introducing us to its 2014 tablet lineup, and today announced its new Galaxy Note 10.1. While the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear were the obvious stars of the company’s Unpacked event, the 2014 Note 10.1’s improvements over last year’s model are arguably even more significant than the changes we see from Note II to 3, especially in that jump up to the new WQXGA 2560 X 1600 resolution.

Under the hood, the improvements are similarly as impressive, with the Note 10.1 getting Exynos 5 Octa and Snapdragon 800 options, just like the Note 3 handset. And all those cool Note 3 software features, like the improved Multi-window view mode, are just going to look all the more impressive on the tablet’s big, crisp display, just chock full of screen real estate.


You’ve already seen us go hands-on with the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch, and now we turn our attention to the 2014 Galaxy Note 10.1. Watch on to see what we think of tablet.


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