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  1. Guney Kizilates's Avatar
    hey guys do you think there will be a note 10.1 or whatever , a 2015 edition?
    note 3 and 14 edition was unveiled together but not the note 4 and 15 edition?
    will there be a new 10 inch note soon ?
    are they working on the foldable technology?
    will it launch with android l?
    09-19-2014 12:29 PM
  2. dianehelen's Avatar
    I sure hope so. I hope they will still offer a new 10" note" I'm not at all interested in a12" tablet, just too big.

    And I've become very dependent and loving S-pen. Not giving that up.

    Just like I don't want a phone any bigger than my S4
    09-19-2014 12:49 PM
  3. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    The best you can do to find out is to follow sam mobile.
    09-19-2014 02:48 PM
  4. geoffwhite18's Avatar
    Of course there will be. They aim to sell you as many tablets as they can. If they can manage to make you think you need a new tablet every year then they are set.
    09-20-2014 01:42 PM
  5. Guney Kizilates's Avatar
    but when will it release whats the date ?
    i was planning to buy the 15 edition for college note taking now i dont have anything
    09-21-2014 04:58 AM
  6. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    but when will it release whats the date ?
    i was planning to buy the 15 edition for college note taking now i dont have anything
    Samsung released the note 10.1 2014 edition the day after kitkat was announced (I think that was at the end of November). So if they have a note 2015 edition it will probably be released after Android L and the new Nexus phone. Personally I don't know what they could upgrade besides the speakers (front end instead of the sides) CPU, GPU, and maybe the few small S pen updates in the note 4. If they were to make it 4K they would have to include an extreme battery upgrade considering that the current 2K display is already very taxing when on a high percentage of brightness. In other words it might not be worth the wait, the note 10.1 2014 edition is extremely fast, easy to root, has a beautiful display, the S pen is more than enough for taking notes (I also use it for school), browsing the Web on a strong connection will make you forget what lag is. If I want to see individual pixels I have to take out a microscope (not joking). The camera is exceptional for a tablet. The only bad thing is that the charging port is on the bottom so if I want to use it while charging I have to turn on screen rotation and flip the tablet upside-down (which is not that bad). I have never experienced issues with the RAM because it has 3 gigabytes. It can handle 7 apps on the same screen. I have the Exynos Wifi 32 gigabyte black version by the way.
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    09-21-2014 07:44 AM
  7. dianehelen's Avatar
    The only bad thing is that the charging port is on the bottom so if I want to use it while charging I have to turn on screen rotation and flip the tablet upside
    This is really my only major issue with this tablet. Other then occasional wierd issues with apps, but can't really blame the tablet with that. I have loved this device more than any other I have ever had.
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    09-21-2014 09:11 AM
  8. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    This is really my only major issue with this tablet. Other then occasional wierd issues with apps, but can't really blame the tablet with that. I have loved this device more than any other I have ever had.
    Same here
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    09-21-2014 10:12 AM
  9. Guney Kizilates's Avatar
    Samsung released the note 10.1 2014 edition the day after kitkat was announced (I think that was at the end of November). So if they have a note 2015 edition it will probably be released after Android L and the new Nexus phone. Personally I don't know what they could upgrade besides the speakers (front end instead of the sides) CPU, GPU, and maybe the few small S pen updates in the note 4. If they were to make it 4K they would have to include an extreme battery upgrade considering that the current 2K display is already very taxing when on a high percentage of brightness. In other words it might not be worth the wait, the note 10.1 2014 edition is extremely fast, easy to root, has a beautiful display, the S pen is more than enough for taking notes (I also use it for school), browsing the Web on a strong connection will make you forget what lag is. If I want to see individual pixels I have to take out a microscope (not joking). The camera is exceptional for a tablet. The only bad thing is that the charging port is on the bottom so if I want to use it while charging I have to turn on screen rotation and flip the tablet upside-down (which is not that bad). I have never experienced issues with the RAM because it has 3 gigabytes. It can handle 7 apps on the same screen. I have the Exynos Wifi 32 gigabyte black version by the way.
    History[edit]
    The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition was announced on 4 September 2013.[7] It was shown along with the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear at the 2013 IFA at Berlin and at the New York Times Square simultaneously. On September 26, Samsung announced that the tablet would be released in October, starting from $549, and start shipping in the US on October 10.[8]

    14 edition was released with the note 3 but no 15 edit with the note 4
    09-21-2014 03:01 PM
  10. petestl's Avatar
    I think it will be mostly the same updates as the Note 4 was as compared to the note 3. Very minor changes in functionality, nicer screen, marginally better processor and camera, a few bells and whistles from S5, that's about it. I think the 2014 will be a strong value option at a discounted price while still available.
    Those are my guesses.

    Posted via Android Central App
    09-21-2014 09:42 PM
  11. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    I think it will be mostly the same updates as the Note 4 was as compared to the note 3. Very minor changes in functionality, nicer screen, marginally better processor and camera, a few bells and whistles from S5, that's about it. I think the 2014 will be a strong value option at a discounted price while still available.
    Those are my guesses.

    Posted via Android Central App
    It would probably make more sense to wait for the 2016 edition. Imagine the following: flexible tablet, 64 bit CPU,front facing speakers, wireless charging from a few feet, "lag" is no longer existant in the technology dictionary, Android L is old school. Okay so maybe later than 2016 but still, that would be worth the wait.
    09-21-2014 10:04 PM
  12. Closingracer's Avatar
    It would probably make more sense to wait for the 2016 edition. Imagine the following: flexible tablet, 64 bit CPU,front facing speakers, wireless charging from a few feet, "lag" is no longer existant in the technology dictionary, Android L is old school. Okay so maybe later than 2016 but still, that would be worth the wait.
    Front facing speakers? I will probably bet you money on side stereo speakers again. Wireless charging from a few feet? This will be 2015 not 2054( random year)
    09-22-2014 02:56 PM
  13. Closingracer's Avatar
    Samsung released the note 10.1 2014 edition the day after kitkat was announced (I think that was at the end of November). So if they have a note 2015 edition it will probably be released after Android L and the new Nexus phone. Personally I don't know what they could upgrade besides the speakers (front end instead of the sides) CPU, GPU, and maybe the few small S pen updates in the note 4. If they were to make it 4K they would have to include an extreme battery upgrade considering that the current 2K display is already very taxing when on a high percentage of brightness. In other words it might not be worth the wait, the note 10.1 2014 edition is extremely fast, easy to root, has a beautiful display, the S pen is more than enough for taking notes (I also use it for school), browsing the Web on a strong connection will make you forget what lag is. If I want to see individual pixels I have to take out a microscope (not joking). The camera is exceptional for a tablet. The only bad thing is that the charging port is on the bottom so if I want to use it while charging I have to turn on screen rotation and flip the tablet upside-down (which is not that bad). I have never experienced issues with the RAM because it has 3 gigabytes. It can handle 7 apps on the same screen. I have the Exynos Wifi 32 gigabyte black version by the way.
    It was announced with the note 3 and not after kit Kat was announced... Exynos cpu is trash compared to Qualcomm snapdragon 800 or even the 600 or 801 or 805. Exynos is sluggish compared to my note 3 snapdragon 800 cpu
    09-22-2014 02:58 PM
  14. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    It was announced with the note 3 and not after kit Kat was announced... Exynos cpu is trash compared to Qualcomm snapdragon 800 or even the 600 or 801 or 805. Exynos is sluggish compared to my note 3 snapdragon 800 cpu
    I would not say that it is trash since it is more power efficient, and still no lag, it is an octa core processor remember? The snapdragon is quad core.
    09-22-2014 05:27 PM
  15. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    Front facing speakers? I will probably bet you money on side stereo speakers again. Wireless charging from a few feet? This will be 2015 not 2054( random year)
    I said imagine for a reason.
    09-22-2014 05:27 PM
  16. Closingracer's Avatar
    I would not say that it is trash since it is more power efficient, and still no lag, it is an octa core processor remember? The snapdragon is quad core.
    It isn't an octa core cpu...... It's 2 quad core cpu being used 1 at a time. It is laggy and not as good as the snapdragon 800 cpu
    09-22-2014 05:28 PM
  17. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    It isn't an octa core cpu...... It's 2 quad core cpu being used 1 at a time. It is laggy and not as good as the snapdragon 800 cpu
    I understand your confusion. There was a cpu update that came with kitkat that allows both quads to run at the same time. Meaning 1 big 3 little as needed (just an example). But before the update it was way worse. I personally have had all eight cores running at the same time!
    09-22-2014 10:14 PM
  18. Closingracer's Avatar
    I understand your confusion. There was a cpu update that came with kitkat that allows both quads to run at the same time. Meaning 1 big 3 little as needed (just an example). But before the update it was way worse. I personally have had all eight cores running at the same time!
    4.4 doesn't do that....
    09-22-2014 10:23 PM
  19. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    4.4 doesn't do that....
    But Samsung's update alongside kitkat does!
    09-22-2014 10:24 PM
  20. Closingracer's Avatar
    But Samsung's update alongside kitkat does!
    There's nothing saying there is....
    09-22-2014 10:25 PM
  21. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    There's nothing saying there is....
    I will quickly find the thread.
    09-22-2014 10:26 PM
  22. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    09-22-2014 10:29 PM
  23. Closingracer's Avatar
    I'm not reading 4 pages of unrelated stuff..... Still no press release or anything from Samsung proving you right...
    09-22-2014 10:59 PM
  24. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    Read the shorter one then. Some of the posts in the 4 pager were relevant.
    09-22-2014 11:01 PM
  25. Moshe Barash's Avatar
    Also and I realize that this is meaningless but I can tell from personal use and cpu apps that the update made it speeder and still the same clock speed.
    09-22-2014 11:04 PM
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