The Samsung Galaxy Note has been a brave effort by Samsung to strike a balance between a smartphone and a tablet. This has worked greatly for Samsung with praises for the device pouring in from all sides of the world. And now we might already have a successor or a bigger sibling in tow for the said device in the form of the Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung accidentally gave out the info in a developer invite for the Samsung Developer Day at MWC. There is little info about the new device, but as the name suggests it’s a 10.1 inch version of the Galaxy Note. Though I’m not really sure if it will have voice communication support like with the 5.3 inch Galaxy Note.
We love the idea and it is obvious that this device would have the S Pen support as well. To make things spicier, Samsung has sent out a casting call for a Galaxy Note 10.1 commercial, which almost confirms the existence of the said device. With each growing day, there are new things being added to the list of devices that are said to break cover at MWC.
We would like to see how Samsung implements the S Pen in a device with a larger screen real estate. Is the S Pen going to be slightly bigger than the one on the Note 5.3? Only time will tell. Samsung is merely holding a developer event with no specific press conference for its devices which is rather strange.