New Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 device has an all-new, dual-core CPU and a more powerful GPU

A new Samsung Galaxy note 10.0 device, codenamed “Mems,” will hit the market on August 15.

Samsung has confirmed that the device will have a new dual-cores CPU and 4GB of RAM, and it will also have a more capable GPU, according to The Verge.

The Note 10 will reportedly have the Snapdragon 808 processor, along with a more advanced GPU and RAM.

It will also include a new, dual camera setup that has been rumored for some time.

It is expected to run on Android 7.0 Nougat, along and with an upgraded version of Samsung’s Smart TV offering.

Samsung’s new Note 10 comes with the latest version of the Galaxy Note 8, which will feature a fingerprint scanner.

The company has also revealed that it is developing an OLED screen in partnership with LG, which may make the Galaxy 10 a little cheaper than its predecessor.

The Galaxy Note 11, due in 2018, will be a completely new phone, but it will be the first Samsung flagship to ship with a quad-core processor.

The device will reportedly include a fingerprint sensor and an optical zoom feature.

Samsung plans to sell the Note 10 as a standalone device.

It’s possible that the Note 11 could be a premium device that will come in a different design than its older sibling, the Galaxy S9.

We’ve reached out to Samsung for more information on the new device and will update this story with any response.