During this year's Mobile World Congress, Samsung showcased the Galaxy Note 10.1 which is a bigger version of the original Galaxy Note. Just like the first Galaxy Note model, the 10.1 version still has the S Pen stylus. However, it seems that the maker of the device has forgotten to put a slot for the device's stylus that is why it has currently corrected that issue.
The people at Android Police through the tablet community said that Samsung has just retooled its Galaxy Note 10.1 device in such a way that it already has a slot for the S Pen stylus. It appears that the Korean electronics giant has to change the size of the stylus and make it smaller so that the device can accommodate a space for the stylus' home. But, to be able to make the S Pen Stylus of the Galaxy Note 10.1 more sensible to use, Samsung has decided to offer a holder kit for the S Pen so that the smaller-sized stylus can be changed into a size that is easier and convenient to handle.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has a wide range of specs and features including a PLS TFT touch screen of 10.1 inches. It also has a main camera of 3.15 megapixels with auto focus, LED flash and 1080p video recording feature and a second camera of 2 megapixels.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is powered by a two-core 1.4GHz Exynos processor. It runs on the latest Android OS, the Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich. It has a RAM of 1 GB, an internal memory of 16, 32 or 64 GB and a microSD slot to expand the device's memory to a maximum of 32 GB.
Currently, no official announcement has been made as to when the Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available or how much it will cost. The only thing certain at the moment is that it will have a slot for its S Pen Stylus.