Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet has arrived with full 4G LTE connectivity from Verizon Wireless this week. While the slate has been available for some time, yesterday March 7th, Verizon added the tablet to their lineup complete with LTE. Available today for $599, we have our hands all over it to give you an idea of what to expect. Read on for our unboxing and first impressions.
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Verizon Wireless announced the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE back in January during CES. At that time the release details and pricing were left a mystery and it was simply said that the tablet would be arriving in the coming weeks. Well, it looks like those coming weeks will be arriving very shortly. Simply put, Verizon has said the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE will be available on March 7.
US Cellular has officially announced the availability of the 4G LTE-equipped Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. We had known this release was coming, however as of today the tablet is available for purchase. US Cellular will have the Note 10.1 available online and at the retail stores. Those interested in making the purchase should expect to shell out $499.99.
Samsung announce the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 in garnet red and as today, it looks like another Galaxy branded tablet is going red. The latest is the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and Samsung will have the red model available just in time for Valentine's Day. The garnet red Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE will be available beginning on February 14. The one catch, as of now it has only been announced for one market.
leaks and rumors were numerous, however Verizon Wireless and Samsung have officially put an end to them. In short, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has been confirmed as coming to Verizon Wireless. The 10.1-inch tablet is expected to be available in the "coming weeks." In other words, we know the tablet is coming, however neither company has yet to offer a specific release date.
Verizon Wireless LTE-friendly Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. If you remember back to mid-December, we saw a mention of the tablet with the Wi-Fi Alliance and then later with the FCC. Of course, that FCC filing came with a catch in that there was no specific mention for approval in terms of the LTE.
Verizon Wireless, this recently discovered FCC filing suggests that release is drawing closer. Of course, as we all realize -- nothing is official until we hear it from Samsung or Verizon.