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Sunday, August 26, 2012

Tablet Deathmatch: Galaxy Note 10.1 vs. iPad 3(the New iPad)

Undoubtedly, Samsung is the biggest winner in August mobile sales arena. With the exception of releasing the iPhone 5 rival - Galaxy S3, we know that Samsung also took the wraps off its new flagship Android tablet – Galaxy Note 10.1 on US market on August 16.

This handheld tablet – Galaxy Note 10.1 stands out be famous for its ability to let us run two apps at once in the same screen, making us quite easy to copy and paste text and photos between them. Meanwhile, it allows us to make use of a special stylus called the S Pen for taking notes, drawing and handwriting recognition. With regard to the selling price of Galaxy Note 10.1, its 16GB model goes on sale for $499 and the selling price of 32GB model is $549. For ones wanting to order one, you can effortlessly get it at Best Buy, Amazon, Office Depot and some other retailers.

I know that at this moment, so many masses need to make up your mind between Galaxy Note 10.1 and iPad 3 and are wondering which one will end up buying. Within such a situation, I suggest you take a visit at below quick breakdown of the key specs. Seemingly there is nothing better to start with than a comparison table to help you decide on the fly. 
Below comes the in-depth comparison and you can get a complete picture of what you can expect from the two models.

Display: We have to acknowledge that the iPad 3 is a determined rival, especially considering its screen feature. When comparing the iPad 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1, you will find that the New iPad sport a 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution, which is obviously superior to the 1280 x 800 resolution of the Galaxy Note 10.1. The stunning visuals, wide-viewing angles, high contrasts and natural looking colors on iPad 3 is much better than Galaxy Note 10.1.

Processor: The 10.1-inch Galaxy Note stuffs a 1.4GHz Exynos processor with 2GB RAM, while iPad 3 includes an A5X dual-core CPU. Seemingly the Galaxy Note 10.1 is the winner while doing multi-tasks. 

Memory: Speaking of the inner memory of the two tablets, personally, the Galaxy Note 10.1 is in draw with iPad 3. Both two tablets are available in 16GB and 32GB capacities. Although iPad benefits with a 64GB option for users, the Galaxy Note 10.1 also presents us a microSD card slot for memory expanded. 

Connectivity: We can easily find that both two tablets are in service of 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, aGPS and Bluetooth 4.0. However, iPad provides additional support to 4G LTE . 

Camera: Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and the New iPad packs a 5-megapixel camera and the quality of the shooting pictures are nearly the same. However, there is a big different between them for video recording: iPad is in full support of 1080p recording, while the Galaxy Note 10.1 just sticks to record 720p clip. 

OS: It is a bit disappointed that the newest Jelly Bean OS is not loaded with Galaxy Note 10.1. In keeping with the past situation, most likely Apple will upgrade the iOS 5 included in iPad 3 to iOS 6 while it is released. 

Battery: iPad 3 is packed with 11,560mAh (42.5Wh) standard battery that can keep the tablet working for up to 9 hours on continual usage, while Galaxy Note 10.1 is powered with a 7,000mAh battery with unknown battery performance.

Apparently, the fantastic features in Galaxy Note 10.1, like S-Pen, IR blaster make it a compelling offer for users. While iPad utterly caters to our varied requirements due to its perfect performance, state-of-the-art hardware and countless third-party apps selection. Although I am more inclined to the iPad 3, you can make a stand based on your personal preference.   

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