Shown at MWC 2012, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is one of the most interesting tablets out there, as it’s probably the only one in 2012 that can make a stylus look appealing. And now it’s delayed… for a good cause however, since it will get a hardware upgrade!

This S-Pen stylus-based model should come with a quad core CPU, replacing the 1.4 GHz dual core model announced last month. Samsung will probably replace the dual core processor with the Nvidia Tegra 3 or their very own Exynos CPU and I wonder which version of the latter they’ll use. The new Note may look kind of useless nowadays, since the S Pen made sense on the 5.3 inch Galaxy Note, but on the bigger slate… not so much. Of course you shouldn’t expect an iPad 3 killer here, since we’re dealing with a device that has a PLS screen with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution.

We’ll see the Galaxy Note 10.1 hitting the stores in June and by then maybe they’ll even change the display, at least to a 1920 x 1080 unit… Are you getting the Note 10.1? And if so, why, with so much variety in Android tablets out there?!

  • which one

    needs an ips 1920×1200 screen to keep with competition.
    will consider it only if the screen improves, though huawei mediapad 10hd might be an even better choice