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It Looks Like Samsung is Preparing a Galaxy Note 10.1 2015 Edition

October 28, 2014 - Written By Tom Dawson

 

Last year, Samsung released a 10.1-inch inch version of the Galaxy Note with all of the features that we’ve come to expect from such a device, but in a larger package. It was a great follow-up to the original Galaxy Note 10.1 and it’s one of our favorite tablets that Samsung makes, it’s a nice all-rounder and the S-Pen makes a lot of sense in a larger device like the Galaxy Note 10.1. We’ve been expecting Samsung to follow-up with a 2015 Edition of the tablet, and it looks like that’s just what the company is going to do, especially if these latest leaks are anything to go by.

The folks over at TechTastic.nl have discovered the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2015) listed in a number of products on Samsung pages in Europe, including the company’s WatchON app. While a few product listings aren’t much better than scotch mist, it’s a fairly safe bet to say that this means Samsung is indeed working on a new Galaxy Note tablet. Let’s not forget that Samsung isn’t exactly shy when it comes to releasing tablet after tablet, after tablet. The strategy seems to be working though, and they’re one of the few names that consistently comes up in the same sentence as the hallowed iPad. When the Galaxy Note 10.1 appeals is with the S-Pen, something the iPad simply can’t offer and Samsung offer a wide range of their own accessories for the tablet as well.

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While there’s no word on specs just yet, we wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung stuck with the same sort of LCD technology that last year’s model launched with. We can’t imagine Samsung looking to take the spotlight of off the Galaxy Tab S duo which feature stunning Super AMOLED displays, and the Galaxy Note 10.1 is not exactly a cheap tablet, but it’s not in the same sort of league as the Galaxy Tab S or Galaxy Tab Pro lines. As such, this is one tablet that we feel Samsung won’t go to crazy with on the specs. Are you looking forward to a refreshed Galaxy Note 10.1? Let us know in the comments below.