We all know what the Samsung Galaxy Note is, which is now available. Well. We think we do. It had an enormous advertising campaign surrounding it and educating us that it was neither a phone, or a tablet, it was “a Note”. In contrast, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 makes no such claim. Instead, it boasts tablet specs, a tablet form factor and no phone function. With no blurry lines though, why is the Note 10.1 called a Note and what makes it so special?
What are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1’s main features?
Naturally, the 10.1 refers to the screen size, and the Note branding refers to the cavity in the tablets rear and what it houses – an S-Pen, or Samsung branded stylus. The Note 10.1’s S-Pen isn’t quite the same as the S-Pen we met in its phablet sibling though, no – this S-Pen packs 256 levels of pressure sensitivity and the entire tablet has been engineered to complement this.
Check back for the full review coming soon. In the meantime, enjoy the video for a more in depth understanding of this enigmatic stylus-centric tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.