The Galaxy Note 10.1 has had a random presence in the news, either leaking or being confirmed by sources, but never actually getting a 100% debut so far, at least not in the current version. Unveiled at MWC 2012 in a dual core version, the device was then reworked and turned into a quad core slate.
Now Samsung appears ready to ship the Galaxy Note 10.1 with Ice Cream Sandwich and an update to Jelly Bean coming later on. You should know that this tablet uses the same CPU as the Galaxy S III, a 1.4 GHz quad core CPU. The real news here is that we have an official-looking specs list included in this article, that tells you all there is to know about the device. The design of the new Galaxy Note is very much like the one of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and its specs are similar in some areas.
The device comes with a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, while the screen is a 10.1 inch WXGA TFT full touch display. Other feats include AGPS, Bluetooth 4.0, accelerometer, gyroscope and from what I can see a front camera is available here as well. Last I heard, this product was ready for US release, with a price tag of $749.50.