It’s already common to see Android devices with 2GB of RAM, LG has two handsets and Samsung has a phone if I’m not mistaking. Now Sammy also added 2GB of RAM to the much talked about Galaxy Note 10.1 quad core stylus-based tablet. Hopefully that amount of RAM will be kept in the international version.
This is not the first time that the tablet has went through upgrades, since initially, back in the days of MWC 2012, it was supposed to be a dual core model. Now it became a quad core one, it received a stylus slot (it didn’t have one originally) and now 2GB of RAM. What’s next, a full HD screen? I’d very much like that! However, the version with 2GB of RAM is the Korean one and the retail package also confirms the specs. The CPU inside the slate is confirmed to be the quad core Exynos 4412 from the international Samsung Galaxy S III.
For now, the tablet resolution stays at 1280 x 800 pixels and Samsung is still getting ready to announce the Galaxy Note 10.1 debut in stores. That could happen during the next month’s Unpacked event, that’s rumored to be related to the Galaxy Note II.