Latest from Samsung is that Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is up for booking. Latest yet is Jelly Bean update pretty soon, can call it end of the year update. Well, you can now order Galaxy Note 10.1 online on Samsung's e-shopping store, for Rs. 2000. The was announced some time back this month, when the electronics giant said that they would start shipping it soon, though nothing was mentioned about its release in India, but we are guessing India too will get to see the launch soon. US, Britain, South Korea will be few of the first countries to get the phone. News is that a few journalists have in fact got a chance to try it out. The tablet as of now will be launched with Android 4.0, but soon will get Android 4.1, which is better known as Jelly Bean. No particular date has been announced for the update, though expected is that it would be brought out by the year end or even earlier than that.
However, if thought logically, with the kind of price and awareness of Samsung's gadgets, it does not stand many chances to earn too well, with tablets overall getting a lot cheaper than what Samsung is offering Note 10.1 is being offered at. Samsung's competitors in tablets segment are planning to launch way cheaper gadgets soon. Apple might anytime come up with a cheaper iPad. Also, smartphones have more demand than tablets, since smartphones come cheaper than tablets still function almost like a tablet. However, the latest stats from the company says that Galaxy Note has sold 10 million gadgets throughout the world by now.
Galaxy Note 10.1, also known by the name Note 8000, will have Quad Core Exynos processor running at 1.4 GHz. It wins a RAM of 1 GB; as the name suggests, a 1280 X 800 resolution display at a size of 10.1 inches; front facing camera of 1.9 megapixels and 5 megapixels at the rear, wi-fi, bluetooth, GPS, HSPA+, S pen digitizer, multitastking window, 7000 mAh battery. All this, we expect to buy at a tag of Rs. 38000 to Rs. 40000.