Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet will arrive in the UK later in August, but remains tight lipped regarding the device's exact price point.
The Galaxy Note 10.1's exact release date remains vague, with Samsung confirming to the press that the release of the device is imminent, but offering no further details beyond that it will be this month.
Meanwhile, the company also declined to give any hint of how much the new tablet will cost, which could be crucial to the success of the unit.
"Samsung do not communicate prices as they are set by the operators," a Samsung spokesperson told V3.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 10.1 at Mobile World Congress in February, where it was met with a somewhat cool reaction by the media, with many of those who were able to get a hands-on with the device coming away underwhelmed with the performance of its dual-core processor.
The company has since addressed these concerns, radically redesigning the tablet. The shipping version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 features a powerful 1.4GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of internal RAM.
The S-Pen stylus technology previously seen on the Note smartphone also features on the new 10.1 tablet. The 6.5mm S-Pen docks directly into the device and when removed automatically launches a number of custom apps, including Adobe Photoshop Touch.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 also boasts a multi-screen feature that lets users have two different applications run and be displayed side-by-side.
The new Note will run Google's Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, not its newest Jelly Bean version. Despite this, Samsung has confirmed the tablet will feature several of the software features seen on its flagship Galaxy S3 smartphone, including Smart Stay and Pop up Play.
Samsung's latest tablet will also feature a 5MP auto focus rear camera with LED Flash and 1.9MP VT front-facing camera and be powered by a 7,000mAh battery.
Check back with V3 later in the month when we hope to bring you a full review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 as soon as possible.
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