When the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 — the tablet successor to the Galaxy Note — was shown at the Mobile World Congress in February this year, it sported a dual-core 1.4 GHz processor. However, Samsung seems to have had a change of heart, so they’ve gone ahead and changed the processor inside to a quad-core Exynos instead (most probably the one used in the Galaxy S3).
In addition, Samsung has also slimmed down the S Pen stylus and also added a slot in the Galaxy Note 10.1 to hold the S Pen, which was another thing missing on the device in its first showing to the public. Guess the hardware shown back then wasn’t the final design, eh?
Samsung will also be providing an optional S Pen holder kit, probably for those who prefer a more traditional stylus and would want to take further advantage of the S Pen. With big changes such as changing the processor inside as well as redesigning the tablet itself, I wonder how many more changes Samsung has on the agenda before they deem it worthy enough to be unleashed in the market. However, whenever it releases, you can be sure it will be one hell of an Android tablet.