If you were looking forward to getting your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (revealed earlier this year at MWC 2012), you might have to wait just a little bit longer. According to Korean newspaper IPD, it has been reported that Samsung is delaying the release of the Galaxy Note 10.1 possibly until the summer. While we’re sure there are Galaxy Note 10.1 would-be owners out there disappointed by this news, if the reports are to be believed, your disappointment could be short-lived.

Apparently the delay of the tablet is to outfit it with Samsung’s quad-core Exynos processors clocked at 1.5GHz. This would replace the 1.4GHz dual-core processor that was originally meant for the tablet. Apart from the rumored bump to a quad-core processor, we can expect the rest of its internal hardware to remain the same. For those who did not follow our coverage during MWC, this would mean 1GB of RAM, HSPA+ support, storage sizes ranging from 16GB-64GB and will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box.

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