In pictures: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 unboxing and first look

We unbox the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Android tablet

Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 earlier this year, but the company has gone back to the drawing board and made a few changes. Most of these changes centre around internal specifications. The Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with Samsung's own Exynos processor, a quad-core 1.4GHz chip and 2GB of RAM. It also has a 5-megapixel rear camera.

The first version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 announced earlier this year was set to come with a dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a 3-megapixel snapper so the upgrades are definitely welcomed.

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  • Dee

    When trying to repackage how do you get the pronged plug out of the adaptor? It won't pull out easy and I don't want to break it. Won't fit in box until taken a part. Thanks

  • dmavo

    @David: Only an uneducated "fanboy" would make such a comment.

    David

    It just looks like a fake iPad.

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