When Samsung first introduced us to the Galaxy Note 10.1 back in February, the device had a spec sheet that included a 1.4GHz dual-core processor and 3-megapixel camera. According to a new video of the Note 10.1, though, the slate may have gotten a bit of a spec bump since its debut. The clip shows the Note 10.1 with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 5-megapixel camera and a dedicated slot for the S Pen. The device is also said to have received the same Pebble Blue finish as the Galaxy S III.
So far we've yet to hear anything from Samsung about any spec enhancements for the Galaxy Note 10.1, but these new features are definitely welcome changes, and the purported Pebble Blue finish could be one way for Samsung to help bring a bit more unity to these Galaxy devices. Unfortunately, Samsung is also staying silent on when the Galaxy Note 10.1 might be hitting U.S. store shelves and how much it'll cost when it does, so for now we'll just have to ogle the Note 10.1 in this clip and hope that an official announcement isn't far off.