The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has been reportedly coming to MWC for about a week now, with Samsung’s line-up leak revealing that it would be accompanied by the Samsung Wave 3 and Wave Y. More fuel appears to have stoked this fire with SAMMOBILE revealing that the Samsung GT-N8000 has just gotten its bluetooth certification.
The model number suggests the GT-N8000 to be a Samsung Galaxy Note successor (the original being the GT-N7000) and with both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certification now confirmed (the prior illustrated in the image on the right), an MWC reveal looks perfectly feasible.
With its tablet form-factor, we expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to be a larger, S-Pen type input device with a heavily optimized tablet UI – hopefully over Android 4.0. No more has been revealed, though with MWC just round the corner, there won’t be long to go until we find out everything.