The Samsung Galaxy Note 1o.1 isn’t what we call a very successful tablet, as it didn’t bring enough of the ‘wow’ factor to satisfy the more and more-demanding customers. But Samsung are on the positive side, and they are probably thinking: “We haven’t made a ‘boom’ in the 10 inch tablet segment with the Galaxy Note 10.1, so why not try to compete in the 7 inch class?”. And you might just wonder, why would we think about that? What if we told you that the same device from last month that was supposed to be an unannounced Samsung Galaxy Note tablet leaked again? Makes sense, doesn’t it?
The mysterious Samsung GT-N5100 has received DLNA certification, which reveals its 7 to 9 inch HD screen, 1,6GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor that powers the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2. And don’t forget that the S Pen is also included – it’s a Galaxy Note after all. It’s also known that there will be also a model with mobile networks, known by the codename GT-N5110.
That was all we were able to dig out about the Samsung GT-N5100. At this time, we can only speculate about the price, but one thing is certain – Samsung won’t hesitate to put a higher price on the tablet, and its primary tablet will probably be the iPad Mini. We don’t expect the 7 inch Galaxy Note to be priced as cheap as the Nexus 7, because it belongs to the premium class. It’s yet to be seen if it would hold up to the competition, or become everyone’s tablet of dreams.
Via: Android Authority