The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition has been released in the last quarter of the year 2013, but tagged as the ‘2014 Edition’.
The tablet features a large screen and a refurbished design. The display comes with a few enhancements along with a premium looking spec sheet under the hood. Moreover, the Multi-Window feature along with an enhanced S-Pen became more usable. Without doubt, the Note 10.12014 Edition is a superb upgrade by the Korean giant.
However, the upgrades are not limited to Note 10.1 2014 Edition only. The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is by far the largest tablet launched by the South Korean smartphone manufacturing company. The Note Pro 12.2 exceeds other available tablets in terms of hardware spec sheet and software features. In fact, both the Note 10.1 2014 Edition and Note Pro 12.2 come with minor differences. Overall, both devices offer a similar tablet experience to the user.
The massive screen size of the Note Pro 12.2 edges past the Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet, in the pricing department as well. However, whether spending an additional $150 for 2.1-inch extra display is worth the bargain or not, let us evaluate. The Galaxy Note 10.12014 Edition having 32GB of internal memory is priced at $599. In comparison, the Note Pro 12.2-inch device having similar specs is available for a price of $750.
The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet having 64GB internal memory variant is available for an expensive $850 price. However, the Note 10.12014 Edition having 16GB internal memory is suitable for those who want to spend less. The tablet is priced at $550.
Size – The screen size of Note Pro 12.2-inch tablet is an asset, making it an immediate winner in the bigger screen tablet segment. The speakers of the Note Pro 12.2 tablet offer a superb listening experience. The Samsung Pro 12.2 offers a massive tablet for those searching for a bigger device.
Screen – The Pro 12.2 offers a stunning display to the user. The 12.2-inch screen offers more working space as compared to the 10.1-inch screen of the Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet.
Speakers – The speakers incorporated in the Note Pro 12.2 tablet are actually great and usable for a superb listening experience. You would not require external speakers or headphones, for the Pro 12.2 cater a remarkable audio experience.
Weight and Size – The bigger size makes it unsuitable for single hand usage. The bigger screen size enhances the weight of the device, making it less portable.
Price – The exorbitant price and bigger size of the device ushers it into the laptop segment.
Bigger version of Note 10.1 2014 Edition – The Note Pro 12.2 is a bigger version of the Note 10.12014 Edition tablet. However, with similar features and spec sheet, the Note 10.1 becomes a smarter purchase.
Multi-Window Feature – The feature needs more support from the tablet. Regardless, a myriad of apps working on the screen offers a great view to the user.
Samsung TouchWiz UI – The Korean giant, Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface is reaching its age. However, Samsung makes regular upgrades to its user interface, but fewer upgrades are made to the operating system.