While last year’s Galaxy Note 10.1 featured a 1280 x 800 display, Samsung is opting for a high-resolution screen this time around. At IFA today the company is announcing what it calls the 2014 edition of the Galaxy 10.1-inch, complete with a 2560 x 1600 display. The screen is identical to Samsung’s own Nexus 10, providing a high-density alongside Android 4.3, all of Samsung’s software customizations, and its S-Pen stylus. The Nexus 10 may have improved upon the display of last year’s Note 10.1, but the latest 2014 edition goes a step further with its hardware specifications. The new Note 10.1 will use Samsung’s own 8-core Octa chip running at 1.9GHz with 3GB of RAM on board. While taking pictures on 10-inch tablets is questionable, Samsung has opted to include an 8-megapixel camera at the rear and a 2-megapixel one at the front.