The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was introduced several months ago at the MWC show in Barcelona, but since then has suffered repeated delays and modifications to improve performance. Initially the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 featured a dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM , but eventually will come with a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM .
There is little time left to finally welcome one of the most anticipated tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. In the presentation that took place in MWC in Barcelona a dual-core processors tablet was shown with a 1.4GHz and 1GB of RAM.
But Samsung was not entirely convinced that this was the most appropriate hardware for its tablet, so they have since made several modifications to the original design. The main change has been to change the dual-core processor for one of four cores running at 1.4Ghz too, and the RAM memory upgrade from 1GB to 2GB.
Another modification was to incorporate a hole for the S-Pen device, a device that makes it easier to use the tablet and especially for comfort. Not far from the only tablet on the market with a quad-core processor, as there are other models available that already have it, but really its not about how many cores it may have, instead to focus on achieving top optimization in the version of Android that it will equip.
For example that the number of cores is not everything we have in the popular iPad, as the processor it comes with a A5X riding is two cores and works perfectly on the Apple operating system. So the optimization of the system will influence much in terms of final performance.
Keeping in mind that Samsung has already announced that on August 15 it would make a major announcement of a device in the Galaxy family, we suspect that it will be the Galaxy Note 10.1, although it could be the Galaxy Note 2, for this we will have to wait abit more to know for sure.