The Mobile World Congress 2013 revealed the latest Samsung the 8 inch equipped Note 8.0, or Samsung Galaxy 510. The Note 510 will be locking horns with the iPad mini. Expected to be launched by the end of March, the 510 brings with it some amazing features. Let us take a brief look.
Though the Galaxy 510 does look pretty nice, but it is good to say that it is high time that Samsung starts changing the designs of its devices and not just the sizes. The Note 510 is a replica of the Note 2, only larger, of course. The note’s 8.0 inch display has a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, which is brighter than the iPad mini's display.
The build quality of the 510 is very good and high quality. It weighs 338 g which is definitely not the lightest, but is nicely balanced making it quite a portable device. The 510 is not the device that would fit into your pocket, as it's a bit big. The device has a similar style and designing of the 310 and also retained the size but increased the screen size by reducing the bezel.
The Note 510 will have a 16GB of storage plus the ability to increase the memory with microSD cards of up to 64GB.
Samsung endows the 510 with the S-Pen and some more great functionality that will really heighten its attraction. It runs on the Jelly Bean 4.1.2 but likely to get upgraded to the 4.2.2. The 510 will also support Video out via MHL and its 1.6GHz Quad Core processor makes this device play superb full HD content.
The Note 510 will be equipped with a 4600mAh battery, which would sustain you through a full work day and then some.
Apart from NFC, the Note 510 comes fully loaded with GPS, Wi-Fi with hot spot and Wi-Fi Direct, and 3G connectivity via microSIM that enables the tab to be used for calls and messages. This device is a neat package from Samsung.
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