Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung August 15th event teases new Galaxy Note form factor

Samsung August 15th event teases new Galaxy Note form factor

This week we've gotten an invitation to an event that'll take place on the 15th of August right here in the United States well before the IFA 2012 event that'll take place later in the month. What the invite appears to tease is a whole new form factor for the Samsung Galaxy Note lineup - perhaps the 10.1 Galaxy Note tablet, perhaps a new larger 5.5-inch Galaxy Note phablet - or perhaps something altogether new. Clues include the ever-so-thin lines around the device shown in the invite which make for a mobile device, a pen of some sort, and maybe even a built-in cover.

Continue Reading...

Samsung Mobile Unpacked invites unleashed for IFA 2012

Samsung Mobile Unpacked invites unleashed for IFA 2012

It's time to bring on the next generation of Samsung devices with "Pushing Boundaries" in the pipeline as the manufacturer of smartphones, tablets, televisions, cameras, and everything in between heads to IFA 2012. This event will take place on Thursday, August 30th at 11AM local time in Berlin, with "Samsung's full product lineup" ready for display immediately following. We'll be there with bells on, ladies and gentlemen, as we expect nothing less than mobile and much more giant devices to be revealed as it is at each Germany-based Unpacked event of the past.

Continue Reading...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 fondled, quad-core CPU and 2GB of RAM onboard

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 fondled, quad-core CPU and 2GB of RAM onboard

It’s been quite some time since Samsung first introduced the Galaxy Note 10.1. The company reportedly delayed the tablet so that it could reconfigure the internals to add some more horsepower, and it looks like that’s the case now that the Note 10.1 has broken cover. The Brave Post has gotten its hands on the tablet and spent some quality time with it, revealing that Samsung has equipped its latest tablet with a quad-core processor and bumped the RAM for good measure.

Continue Reading...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 advert stokes stylus suspense

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 advert stokes stylus suspense

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 pen-enabled Android tablet may be taking its sweet time getting to shelves, but sales may well be beginning soon if the arrival of a new advert is any indication. The 10.1-inch slate has its business credentials firmly on show in the thirty second spot (which you can see after the cut), with the stylus used for signing digital contracts, sketching out delicious pie charts, and generally futzing around with presentations.

Continue Reading...

Samsung sets Major Galaxy announcement for August 15th

Samsung sets Major Galaxy announcement for August 15th

The folks at Samsung have sent our invites to the press for a "major" Galaxy-line announcement on the 15th of August, fueling rumors that a second-generation Galaxy Note device is in the works. As Samsung has already announced and released their king of smartphones, the Galaxy S III, it's time for their queen, if you might call it that, of devices in either the Galaxy Tab or the Galaxy Note line to appear. One might also hypothesize that it could be a combination of the two.

Continue Reading...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 nixed from pre-orders [UPDATED]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 nixed from pre-orders [UPDATED]

This year we've seen the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 not once, not twice, but three times (and more) in the wild at trade shows leading up to this moment: when the device actually goes on sale. What we were told earlier today was that at least one if not two or more major online retailers would be launching a pre-order page for this device. What we're seeing now is that not only were these links up, they've been pulled as well.

Continue Reading...

Revised Galaxy Note 10.1 includes S-Pen slot

Revised Galaxy Note 10.1 includes S-Pen slot

It’s been a bit touch and go with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1. First shown off at MWC 2012 with a dual-core processor underneath the chassis, the tablet has yet to see the light of day. Rumors indicated that Samsung held off on the tablet to include a quad-core CPU, something they quickly denied. New info about the tablet has emerged from Tablet Community, with Samsung tweaking the design to accommodate the included S-Pen.

Continue Reading...

Will the Stylus Have the Last Laugh?

Will the Stylus Have the Last Laugh?

There are times, the SlashGear team reminds me, when I sound like a broken record; not least is when I'm bleating on about stylus input and what makes a "proper" tablet. Apple's iPad convinced the market that fingers were most functional, and the clunky digital pens of Windows 7 slates did little sway them otherwise. Yet with the news that note-taking app Evernote has acquired Penultimate, a digital handwriting specialist, could we be nearing the second coming of the stylus?

Continue Reading...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 delayed for quad-core upgrade [UPDATE: Samsung denies]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 delayed for quad-core upgrade [UPDATE: Samsung denies]

The folks at Samsung have been tipped to be holding back the next steps in their tablet evolution with not only the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 but the Galaxy Note 10.1 as well, both of them set for an upgrade to quad-core processors at launch time. Both of these devices were originally set to have dual-core processors of one kind or another, but due to the extremely quickly changing times in the tablet market it seems, they'll be upgrading both to their next-generation Exynos chips with four CPU cores instead. This bodes well for the Samsung tablet line as well as the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone which is set to be revealed next month.

Continue Reading...

Samsung compares the Galaxy Note 10.1 with the new iPad

Samsung compares the Galaxy Note 10.1 with the new iPad

It's all about the iPad today, but no company worth its salt would miss the opportunity to remind tech heads of its own upcoming prospects and vie for your consumer electronics dollar. Since Samsung has become Apple's #1 foe on the worldwide market, it wants to make sure you remember its new flagship tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1. Essentially an upgraded version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with the added benefit of a Wacom digitizer, S-pen stylus and plenty of custom apps, Samsung is hoping to transition its tablets into the creation space.

Continue Reading...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7