By Johnny Wills | Jun 15, 2012 10:30 AM EDT
It is getting common day by day that online retailer mistakenly put the products up for preorders before the device maker announces any official release date. And this time, the same story has happened with Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, which Amazon U.S. by error put on preorders indicating that tablet is coming to market very soon and subsequently took down the product page after a while.
Amazon put the tablet up on preorder at its Web site with shipments schedule to arrive in three to five weeks, suggesting that the tablet will go on sales sometime in July. However, the retailer pulled down the Galaxy Note 10.1 product page within a few hours after putting the tablet in the first place. And subsequently Samsung revealed to Engadget that Amazon published the page by mistake and the retailer has taken it down. Whatever the case may be, Galaxy Note 10.1 has completely disappeared from Amazon without any valid reason.
Not a long time ago, the modified version of Galaxy Note 10.1 was caught on camera by folks behind the German website Tablet Community. The tech site reported that Samsung is modifying the hardware department of the tablet in order to accommodate S-Pen slot and upgrade the processor chip to quad-core. Amazon's Galaxy Note 10.1 product page ties with the early leaks that the tablet will power quad-core 1.4 GHz processor under the hood. However, the processor is found to be quad-core Xeon contrary to the May report that indicated at inclusion quad-core Exynos chip.
Introduced at Mobile World Congress in February this year, Galaxy Note 10.1 packs 10.1-inch screen with display resolution of 1280 X 800 pixels. The tablet was originally announced with dual-core 1.4GHz Exynos process and 1GB of RAM. The device has 32GB of internal storage and supports microSD card up to 32GB. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 sports 3.15-megapixel rear camera with LED flash support which can record 1080p videos at 30fps. The tablet also has front facing 2-megapixel camera.
The tablet will come with HSPA+ connectivity, though there will be not support for voice calling or text messaging. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The tablet has received much spotlight due to its ability to run multiple apps simultaneously. In case you can watch a movie while checking you Gmail Inbox on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
When it comes to official release date, it appears that the tablet is all set to debut next month. It seems that Galaxy Note 10.1 is the only MWC show's gadget that has not been released in the market. Blame the hardware updates as reason why Samsung delayed tablet's release date. Amazon U.S. listed that the tablet is hitting shelves within three to five weeks, which accounts to July release date.
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