Samsung first announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 in February, but decided to go back to the drawing board after hearing what the newest iPad was going to offer. Samsung has announced that it will now be releasing the tablet with an upgraded spec sheet. The tablet will now be powered by an Exynos 4 Quad CPU running at 1.4GHz, a Mali-400MP GPU, and 2GB of RAM. The Galaxy Note doesn't stop there, and it has plenty of other bells and whistles including a 5MP camera, a 1.9MP front camera, GPS, and the choice of Wi-Fi or 3G. The biggest part of the Note that didn't receive an upgrade was the screen, which remains at 1280x800. Samsung hasn't released official prices, but it is rumored that the Wi-Fi model will cost $590 and the 3G model will cost $740.