Engadget The Galaxy Note 10.1 will run on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) once it comes out of box.
The tablet has the same starting price as the iPad 3, which is AU$600. However, the 3G version of the Note also adds voice calling functionality, something which could appeal to business users.
Below are the five advantages of owning a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
Multitasking feature - One of the prime features of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is its multitasking feature. This feature allows you can run two or more apps at the same time.
Enterprise support - Samsung goes for the business sector by releasing a tablet that has features aimed for professionals. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has Exchange ActiveSync support, with beefed up encryption thanks to Android ICS. The firm has also included compatibility with Cisco VPN and Juniper's Junos Pulse VPN.
Long battery life - Compared to other tablets, Samsung boasts that Galaxy Note 10.1 has longer battery life. Although there is a big gap between Samsung's 7000 mAh to iPad 3's 11,666 mAh battery, the former does not have to power a retina display screen that yields to longer battery life.
S-Pen - One of the features that set Galaxy Note 10.1 apart from other tablet is the S-Pen. With the stylus, it is easier to navigate and take down notes with the gadget.
Bundled software - Samsung packed a lot in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. First, the device has Anroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as its software but we can expect a Jelly Bean update in the future. The Note 10.1 also has Samsung's TouchWiz, Polaris Office and Adobe Photoshop. All of this allows you to do a lot of things in the tablet without the need to download the apps.
High caliber actor James Franco agreed with the advantages that using a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 can give. Watch the video below of how this amazing tablet helps James in his everyday activities.