Taking a second to think can result in second thoughts. In the Galaxy 10.1 Note's case it resulted in a second pair of CPU cores and double the RAM - a lethal combination, which only a select few of its foes dare stand against.
This is in case you are wondering why you're a reading another preview of a tablet that should've been launched a good couple of months ago. Sent back to the drawing board shortly after its official announcement, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 starts fresh after a reboot. And we have no choice but start over.
So, the stylus-driven tablet has the same heart as the Galaxy S III beating beneath the 10-inch screen and twice the RAM to run the rich set of apps trouble-free. The Galaxy Note 10.1 doesn't run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean yet, but it comes preloaded with fantastic apps like Adobe's Photoshop Touch and Ideas. Not to mention Samsung's home-brewed S Note, S Memo and S Planner.
All in all, what was simply the artistic twin of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is now a supercharged version that belongs right in the premium class.
Now that we know how the Galaxy Note 10.1 has changed on the inside, let's try and spot the differences on the outside.