Okay, I'm clearly joking, but my humor is drawn from the fact that Samsung still describes the Galaxy Note as a smartphone, even though there's a 10" tablet on the way.
We don't have complete details on it yet, but the Galaxy Note 10.1 is reportedly running on a quad-core Exynos CPU with 2GB of RAM, Wifi, optional 3g, and there's going to be an LTE version later this year. It probably also has Bluetooth and cameras, thought Samsung hasn't confirmed the details yet.
Update: Engadget posted a jpeg of the spec sheet. This tablet is running Android ICS on a 1.4GHz CPU. It does have a pair of cameras (1.9MP and 5MP) as well as USB host, GPS, a microSD card slot, and more.
This tablet is getting a lot of attention today based on a demo video posted to Youtube. If it can even do half of what Samsung put in this video then I will definitely buy it (hang the cost).
I especially like how you can have multiple apps open in windows; that's something that Android has needed since the first tablet it shipped on. And don't get me started on how the user dragged stuff around the browser window; I almost wept.
If this tablet works out as well as I hope there's a good chance that it might kill off the last vestige of interest in dual screen devices. The Galaxy Note 10.1 could fulfill the original goal of the Entourage Edge and do it better, too. I'm trying not to get my hopes up, but the note-taking abilities shown in the video are almost embarrassingly better than that of the Edge. Of course, Samsung did have a few years to polish the code, so we shouldn't be surprised the Galaxy Note 10.1 is better.