Galaxy Note 10.1, Samsung Shows Us Something

In what looks to be a slide on Samsung’s part through an announcement on their blog for a developer day promotion at the Mobile Word Congress later this month, the tablet makers shows us a hint of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 that has been heavily rumored.

In a report at The Inquirer, it seems that Slashgear managed to pull a screenshot of the proof before the post was pulled from Samsung’s blog.

Further showing that the blog post wasn’t an error is a US advertisement for a teenage student to be featured in a commercial for Samsung related to the Galaxy Note 10.1, which the ad itself has now also been taken down.

So, if someone messed up, they did it twice. Assuming that the device is real, and still slated to make an entrance at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, then we can assume that the new Galaxy Note 10.1 will be a hybrid between the Glaxy Note and Galaxy Tab 10.1, with a doubtful addition of the smartphone capability.

It looks like they also reached out to Samsung for a comment about the device, but received a “We don’t comment on future product announcements.” Looks like we will know in just a few weeks if the above actions from Samsung were accidents or goofs.

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Image: TheInquirer.net

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