New Galaxy Note 10.1 set to launch in Korea with Jelly Bean and VoLTE

by Jared Peters on
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 Samsung has recently decided to revamp its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet for Korean markets to include VoLTE, or voice-over-LTE. That will give users fast data speeds, as well as the ability to make voice calls. I can’t imagine too many people holding that monster up to their ear, but speaker phone always works.

Not only will it include these new radios, but this version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 runs Jelly Bean out of the box, as well as some of the additions added by Samsung’s software as seen in the Galaxy Note 2. A wider variety of apps can take advantage of the multitasking features, and the AirView feature that allows you to hover the stylus over the screen to see information at a glance are all baked in. To top that off, Samsung did state that the update would be coming to WiFi and 3G models “throughout the year.” I’m sure we all wish that was a little more specific, but I can’t imagine it’s going to take too much longer.

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