With the much anticipated new iPad coming out this week, Samsung has cleverly placed itself along side the buzz; claiming to have an extra edge over the new iPad.
Out of the gates of the S-Pen powered Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 comes out thinner, slightly lighter, and possesses a 255 level pressure sensitivity screen. All that, plus the ability to run multiple apps simultaneously on the same screen, a feat unheard of in the tablet world.
The folks at Samsung actually think we’re better off waiting for the Galaxy Note 10.1 which is due to be released in the second quarter of this year. A bold statement by Samsung indeed.
What is the spec sheet breakdown?
Well for starters it has a 1.4Ghz dual-core processor, a 10.1-inch 1280×800 pixel TFT display, 1GB RAM and 16/32/64GB internal storage, and comes equipped with 3MP back camera and 2MP front camera.
Spec sheet wise it may not hold up entirely against the new iPad, but the added flexibility of Android may sway the in-between tablet shoppers, something Samsung is definitely hoping for.
What do you think, is it worth waiting for the Galaxy Note 10.1 when the new iPad is just around the corner?
Probably not with the Apple crowds, but we’ll just have to wait and see.