This was rumored a few days ago, and today Samsung has officially taken the wraps off the Galaxy Note 10.1. Obviously, its difference from the original Galaxy Note is the screen size, sporting a similar display as the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Of course, it will be running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Making it a bigger version of the original Galaxy Note is the S Pen feature such as S Note for scribbling text, Shape Match and Formula Match. Unlike the original Galaxy Note though, this one doesn’t come with a phone functionality but you can connect through Wi-Fi, HSPA+ and Bluetooth 3.0. Anyway, who wants to be seen a 10-inch tablet as a phone anyway, right kids? So what else do you need to know about the Galaxy Note 10.1? It also features GPS and Glonass, Exchange ActiveSync, on-device encryption, Juniper Junos Pulse and Cisco VPNs. The device will have the usual microSD slot and will be available in 16, 32 and 64GB variants. Before we forget, it will also have a 3MP auto focus rear camera with LED flash and 2MP front-facing one. Release date is still unknown at this time.