The new galaxy note 10.1 2014 edition comes in three different flavors sharing a quite similar design to the galaxy note 10 phablet. there is a version and a 3g-enabled model, both powered by samsung's own exynos 5 octa chipset, as well as an lte-capable tablet with qualcomm's latest snapdragon 800 chipset ticking inside.
the one we're reviewing is the exynos 5 version and here goes the spec sheet.
10.1" 16m-color super clear pls capacitive touchscreen of 2560 x 1600 px resolution
quad-core 1.5 ghz cortex-a15 & quad-core 1.3 ghz cortex-a7, mali-t628mp6 gpu; exynos 5420 chipset
3gb of ram
android os v4.3 jelly bean with touchwiz ux ui
s pen input and great software backend
one of a kind split-screen multitasking and pop-up mini apps
quad-band gprs/edge/hspa and hexa-band lte connectivity cat.4
voice calls (on 3g and lte models only)
16gb of built-in memory
8 mp autofocus camera, 3264x2448 pixels, geotagging
1080p video recording @60fps (lte model) / 1080p