An unreleased Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet for 2015 has been recorded as a perfect gadget for one of Samsung’s own Android applications on the South Korean organization’s site. With a year ago’s model now more than a year old, it’s idea the gadget could show up soon.
The notice shows up inside the portrayal for Samsung’s Watch ON application, which lets Galaxy cell phone and tablet clients control their TV and see what’s on. The “System Note 10.1 (2015)” is recorded nearby the Galaxy Tab 3 and the Galaxy Note Pro, a year ago’s Galaxy Note 10.1, and Samsung’s most recent Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 cell phones.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is as yet an amazingly noteworthy tablet, with an excessively sharp 2560×1600 LCD show, Samsung’s own octa-center Exynos 5420 processor, 3GB of RAM, and an enormous 8,220mAh battery. Things being what they are, how would you enhance that?
Well, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2015 Edition will likely get a Super AMOLED display like Samsung’s more recent — and incredibly well received — Galaxy Tab S slates, and maybe even a more premium design with a metallic frame, like the Galaxy Note 4.
Depending on when it makes its debut, the new Galaxy Note 10.1 could also be one of the first Samsung devices to launch with Android 5.0 Lollipop pre-installed. It’s still very much unclear at this point, however, when Samsung will make this device official.
- Fantastic size for a Note phone
- The S Pen remains great
- Very powerful; Cameras are versatile
- Battery life isn’t great
- Some missing features such as SD card expandability and quad-HD+ screen
- Review Price: £869
- 256GB storage, no microSD
- Up to 45W fast charging
- Exynos 9825, 8GB RAM
- 6.3-inch FHD+ display
- No headphone jack
- 3500mAh battery
- IP68 certified
- One UI