i think the battary need to be more than 8200 with double screen reslusion and higher processor comparing to old note 10.1
the old one 1280*800 with 7000 ahm battary capacity
the new one 2560*1600 with 8200 ahm battary capacity
This is the gadget that I dream of..What a spec...I can't wait to have it.......
My old Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 " N8000 is a very good one especially its battery back up. It has only 5 MP camera but its pictures is so good ! , Anyway i will go for this new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1" when it released in the market . Thank you very much Samsung !
AnonD-182430, 05 Sep 2013SHIT!! i just bought note 10.1 last year edition 3 days ago.. and then the latest version come... moreDon't worry, I still prefer the old Note 10.1 because it has stereo loud speakers and no annoying physical home button.
With Adobe web flash player support and infrared port for TV remote.
seriously sir>? 8220 ????????? it wont overheat ? soo heavy amount of capacity sir !!! what the reason can going thought to 8k i cant believe it.
The screen display quality is realy AwEsOme! Two Variants of Chipset Models is very very good.
SHIT!! i just bought note 10.1 last year edition 3 days ago.. and then the latest version come out today!!! Nice trick samsung..
Samsung galaxy Tablet 3GB ram, great CPU,enormous battery,great camera with flash, Tab 10.1 2014 edition will be my new tablet, and galaxy Gear for my Galaxy S4 wow...can't wait for it. Thank you Samsung,please shut up and take all my money T_T
The LTE version will be my next tablet.
Great design with leather back, great CPU and RAM, good screen.
Sams you did again. Great work!
this is great!.. i love the specs + battery to boot.. will definately buy this instead of note 3.. note 2 is still great as a phone
I do hope this new note 10.1 can make a CALL like its predecessor, note 10.1. It's really meaningful for me.
While I'm excited to upgrade my Note 2 to the Note 3... and while this is quite the improvement from the original Note 10.1... I really don't dig the physical button on the Note 10.1 (2014). Maybe I'm just weird like that. l preferred the tablets not having the physical button. It puts me off so much I'd just stick with my current Note 10.1.