Samsung Galaxy Note 510 (Model N5100) is now listed on the infibeam website (pre-order) for a price of Rs. 30,900 as well as on the SamsungIndiaestore website. This 8 inch tablet will be made available on 5th May. The Galaxy Note 510 tablet supports voice calls and comes powered by a quad core processor.
The Note 510 is 7.95 mm thick and weighs around 345 grams. The TFT capacitive screen is 8 inches with supported resolution of 1280×800 pixels. The Galaxy Note 510 is powered by Exynos 4412 (1.6 GHz x 4) processor + Mali 400MP GPU with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. This tablet runs on the Android 4.1.2 OS.
The best part about the Note 510 tablet is the bigger screen size of 8 inches and enhanced S Pen – use it like a pen to write, sketch, take notes etc. The tablet supports 4G (market dependent), 3G and 2G via the built in micro SIM slot.
As for the cameras, there is a front camera of 1.3MP resolution and another 5MP placed on the rear side. Other features included are micro USB, 3.5mm jack, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and full HD playback. The Note 510 comes with a 4,600 mAh battery.
Being a Samsung brand the tab is pricy at approx Rs. 30K, however one cannot ignore the features that are pretty good and specially the S-Pen which is the key highlight.
Samsung Galaxy Note 510 (GT-N5100ZWA) key features and specifications
- Quad core 1.6GHz (Exynos 4412 chipset + Mali 400 GPU).
- Android Jelly Bean version 4.1.2.
- 2GB SDRAM, 16GB Storage and micro SD slot that supports up to 64GB cards.
- 8 inch TFT screen with WXGA resolution (1280×800 pixels ~ 189ppi).
- Built in micro SIM slot that supports voice calls (4G/3G/2G networks). (4G needs confirmation).
- 5MP rear camera / 1.3MP front camera.
- Enhanced S-Pen.
- 4G needs confirmation, 3G/2G (HSPA + 21Mbps , GPRS/EDGE – class 12), Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) (2.4 / 5 GHz), Bluetooth 4.0, GPS with GLONASS / A-GPS and 3.5mm jack.
- 4600 mAh standard battery.
- Price Rs. 30,900 (with every pre-bookings users will get a free book cover worth 2600 Rs – offer valid till 30th April) – Listed on Infibeam.