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The Differences Between Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 And Galaxy Tab

9/21/2012 9:19:58 AM

Despite releasing different versions of Galaxy Tab, Samsung continued introducing Note 10.1 worldwide on Aug 15.

Galaxy Note 10.1 is Samsung’s most important tablet at present because it not only represents as a new product but also shows the brand’s strategy as well as plan in the tablet market.

Description: Galaxy Note 10.1 is Samsung’s most hi-end tablet.

Galaxy Note 10.1 is Samsung’s most hi-end tablet.

Galaxy Tab has appeared for 2 years but it couldn’t compete with iPad from Apple. Thus, Samsung summoned up all their strength for Note 10.1. They first introduced the device at Mobile World Congress in Spain in February and the tablet has been sold in several countries but until on Aug 15th did it get an introduction conference.

Samsung said the delay was for obeying to strict standard for quality. Galaxy Note 10.1 was also supplemented with latest enhancements such as quad-core processor, 5MP camera, multi-tasking support, many new features for S Pen, content-linking apps Allshare Cast and Bluetooth 4.0.

When Samsung released Galaxy Note 10.1 in the end of 2011, people were doubtful about this big smartphone but the phone’s success succeeded everyone’s expectations with 10 million models sold within 9 months. This encouraged Samsung to continue releasing new 10.1inch tablet plus stylus.

However, many people question about the difference between Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab, and where the fate of Tab will go. “It’s easily recognizable that Note 10.1 is for creativity of work and study while Galaxy Tab, like other tablets, is tool for communication and entertainment”, analyzed Samsung’s representative.

Description: Unlike other tablets, Note 10.1 is equipped with stylus. RRP is $500.

Unlike other tablets, Note 10.1 is equipped with stylus. RRP is $500.

Nick DiCarlo, Samsung Telecommunications America product director, added that Note and Tab aimed at different segments. Tab is for usual user wanting a mid-class tablet. Meanwhile, Note is hi-class and able to help user not only draw, write, compose but also play game and surf web…

Description: Galaxy Note 10.1

Galaxy Note 10.1

Description: Galaxy Note 10.1

Galaxy Note 10.1

DiCarlo emphasized that he didn’t worry whether either Note or Tab stole each other’s market as well as the tablet market was so young that he couldn’t tell who would be the winner.

Galaxy Note 10.1 is due to be sold in September.

 

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