Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 was officially re-unveiled a couple of days ago, in its quad core version with 2GB of RAM. Initially at MWC 2012, this was a dual core device with 1GB of RAM, but in the meantime it evolved. Now the product gets a pricing and launch date, so it will cost $644 and launch on August 16th in Hong Kong at least.

The price mentioned above applies for the 3G version of the quad core tablet with stylus and 10.1 inch display. The WiFi version will come later this month, according to inside sources. Samsung claims a LTE model is also prepared for launch and it will come at some point in the future. The Galaxy Note 10.1 uses Samsung’s proprietary S Pen stylus, has a special slot for it and relies on a 1.4 GHz quad core processor and 2GB of RAM to run Android 4.0.4 ICS.

By the end of the month the slate will be available globally. You must also know that this device offers a multi screen feature, allowing you to work with multiple apps and screens at the same time, evolving on the idea of the Pop Up Play from the Galaxy S III. Sadly, it only supports a 1280 x 800 resolution, although I would have liked more pixels.