Back in early January, FCC gave its blessing for Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which carries a 4G LTE radio, to hit the market. What followed then was Samsung’s announcement of the LTE-enabled tablet at CES 2013, but it’s only today that Verizon has announced its availability and pricing.
You can grab the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE from Verizon stores beginning this Thursday, March 7. The carrier is selling the LTE tablet in 16GB flavor for $599, which is $100 more expensive than its WiFi cousin.
Verizon said you can add the device to a Share Everything plan for $10 a month. It’s also possible to go the prepaid way, should your heart tell you so. The prepaid data plans start at $20 per month for 1GB of data.
Just a quick recap of its specs, the Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with a 10.1-inch display of 1,280 x 800 resolution, a quad-core Exynos 4412 processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 2GB of RAM, a microSD slot, 5MP rear camera, 1.9MP front cam, a 7,000mAh battery, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
So, are you planning to get the 4G LTE Galaxy Note 10.1?
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