Earlier this year, Samsung announced a bigger variant of the Galaxy Note, the Note 10.1. As its name suggests, the Note 10.1 packs a 10.1-inch screen, and was powered by a dual-core processor. Compared to the new iPad or even the Nexus 7, the Note 10.1 seemed downright weak and over-priced.
As days and weeks passed by, Samsung realized its mistake and silently started working on a better and updated version of the Note 10.1. While the Korean company has not announced anything officially, rumors and leaks provide more than enough evidence that the company should soon be releasing a more powerful Note 10.1.
Now, it looks like The Brave Post has managed to get his hands on the updated Note 10.1 that packs in a much more powerful 1.4GHz Quad-Core SoC, 2GB of RAM, a 5MP snapper, and the S-Pen, along with HSPA+ support. The updated Note also seems to have the ability to act as a speakerphone to your existing smartphone.
It looks like Samsung is all set to unveil the new and updated Galaxy Note 10.1 at its upcoming August 15th event.