It seems that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE has finally hit the streets of South Korea, where it will run on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system right out of the box. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, this means that they have yet to receive this particular variant of the tablet that will enable standard voice calls to be transmitted over the LTE data network. Of course, apart from LTE connectivity, what other features on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE that one should take particular note of? For starters, the multi-window format is a boon for those who want to be as productive as possible, where it displays a couple of separate adjustable windows on the single 10.1” screen, making sure that you will be able to multi-task on a tablet.


Not only that, the Air View feature will also enable folks to browse through photos as well as other items without the need to go through the trouble of searching through different folders. Introducing Easy Clip, one is able to draw on the screen with the tablet’s S pen, and it also comes in handy when selecting and copying text or an image. The rest of the world’s disappointment need not last that long though, as it is tipped to be introduced in the US before 2012 is over – so keep your fingers crossed and eyes peeled!

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