The successes of the Galaxy Note 5.3 would appear to have spurred Samsung into moving to a much larger product in the Galaxy Note 10.1. This was presented at the Mobile World Congress in February and seemed to be a very popular topic from journalists. With the successes of the Galaxy Note 5.3 and the heavy advertising campaign, Samsung is expecting to see more successes with this line of tablets in the future. We have been expecting to see more information about the coming Galaxy Note 10.1 along with when we might expect to see Samsung announce it. This week, Samsung revealed the Note 10.1 specifications shown at MWC were still being changed and to not expect the coming tablet to be locked to those specifications.
The information from the original Galaxy Note 10.1 has already changed from the dual core processor to a quad core processor according to rumors. Given other activities by Samsung, this seems like a very likely change. What the other changes are going to be is an unknown and will become the subject of speculation. Exactly what the delays for the Note 10.1 will mean to the end product is currently unknown and Samsung is not saying much about it.
We can make some educated guesses as to what we can more than likely expect to see. Increased resolution is what Samsung has been working on this year, so a much better screen resolution can be expected. While the Galaxy Note 5.3 still has not received Ice Cream Sandwich, we can expect it will come pre-installed on the Galaxy Note 10.1. Improving apps which run on the Galaxy Note 5.3 will receive additional enhancements and be included for use with the S Pen on the Note 10.1. There could be improvements to battery life as the technology evolves and improves. All of the changes are internal and it is doubtful that Samsung will be making changes to the outside case.
The current rumors have the Galaxy Note 10.1 being announced in June, but that could slip as well. With the launch of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 next week, we do not expect to see the Galaxy Note 10.1 arriving any time soon.