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Topic # 111208 27-Oct-2012 12:31
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http://briefmobile.com/google-nexus-10-samsung-android-4-2

Nexus 10 Specifications:
* Samsung Exynos 5250, clocked at 1.7 GHz, dual-core Cortex-A15
* Mali-T604 GPU
* 2GB RAM
* 16GB internal storage (other options possible)
* 10.1-inch Super AMOLED display
* 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution, 298.9 pixels-per-inch
* 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, LED flash
* Front-facing camera
* NFC
* WiFi
* Bluetooth 4.0
* Dual speakers located on front of device

Finally: front facing speakers! Putting function before form - that is not copying Apple ;-)

Hopefully all true (only downer is usual Nexus lack of microSD support).

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  Reply # 707442 27-Oct-2012 13:05
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Right so no point getting the Note 10.1 or Galaxy Tab 2 now then.

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  Reply # 707443 27-Oct-2012 13:09
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Keen to see the performance of this Exynos A15 dual core.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 707449 27-Oct-2012 13:42
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mattRSK: Right so no point getting the Note 10.1 or Galaxy Tab 2 now then.


I have the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (strangely same specs as Galaxy Tab 2 10.1) and I tried out the Galaxy Note 10.1 the other day for a good 15 minutes. I was unimpressed.

Yes the tablet is slightly faster than my rooted/modded first gen tab, and it has a pen to boot, BUT the Android platform is not ready for pen input IMO.

I was expecting to be able to open a PDF file using the demo tab, and write notes all over it. But I couldn't. (using stock apps anyway).

Nexus 10 should be great as I have always loved/owned the Nexus lineup. But it does need to still convince me that there are worthy benefits to upgrading my current first gen Galaxy Tab 10.1. So far I can't see any.

FYI I use my tablet daily for both work and personal use.

 


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  Reply # 707455 27-Oct-2012 14:05
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Pretty monstrous specs, the resolution + next gen Exynos + (even more importantly) next gen Mali GPU make it something to be reckoned with. Sadly being a Nexus device it won't sport a card slot, which pretty much invalidates it for my use unless I want to carry my GoFlex Satellite around with it most of the time (which I may consider, did it with my 4S and it was a great way to negate crappy fixed internal storage capacitites).




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  Reply # 707473 27-Oct-2012 15:05
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NZtechfreak: Sadly being a Nexus device it won't sport a card slot


It is a real shame there isn't a tiny OTG microUSB to microSD converter - thread discussing options are here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1764017

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  Reply # 707474 27-Oct-2012 15:06
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Wow... Must have...

I see a reference to multiple user accounts in 4.2, for a family based device this will be a welcome addition, definitely a selling point for me that's for sure


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  Reply # 707490 27-Oct-2012 15:22
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jjnz1:
mattRSK: Right so no point getting the Note 10.1 or Galaxy Tab 2 now then.


I have the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (strangely same specs as Galaxy Tab 2 10.1) and I tried out the Galaxy Note 10.1 the other day for a good 15 minutes. I was unimpressed.

Yes the tablet is slightly faster than my rooted/modded first gen tab, and it has a pen to boot, BUT the Android platform is not ready for pen input IMO.

I was expecting to be able to open a PDF file using the demo tab, and write notes all over it. But I couldn't. (using stock apps anyway).

Nexus 10 should be great as I have always loved/owned the Nexus lineup. But it does need to still convince me that there are worthy benefits to upgrading my current first gen Galaxy Tab 10.1. So far I can't see any.

FYI I use my tablet daily for both work and personal use.

 



Interesting, I currently have an iPad 2 and use it for note taking on pdf's (uni student) and its brilliant. 



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  Reply # 707516 27-Oct-2012 16:41
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NZtechfreak: Sadly being a Nexus device it won't sport a card slot


It is a real shame there isn' a tiny OTG microUSB to microSD converter - thread discussing options are here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1764017


I'm sure USB OTG will work, may require Root and something like Stick Mount from Chainfire (like the Nexus 7). I use USB OTG a lot, but I don't want to have to have it always connected to make a device usable.




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