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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 With Verizon 4G LTE to Hit Stores March 7 for $600

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This morning, we are getting the official word from Samsung and Verizon as to when we will finally see the Galaxy Note 10.1, equipped with VZW’s 4G LTE, hit retail stores and online. With the price set at $599.99, customers can go check out the Note 10.1 in any Verizon store starting March 7, this Thursday. 

This variant of the Note 10.1 runs a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, rear and front cameras (5MP and 1.9MP), an HD 10.1″ display, and the TouchWiz tablet UI. And don’t forget you will get to play with the S-Pen!

Feel like taking a trip down memory lane? Here’s our hands-on with the 4G LTE Note 10.1 at CES this past January. Enjoy that massive logo.

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Via: Verizon Wireless

  • ScoobySnack

    I have a Verizon LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 … worst ever. No updates. Slow, not as supported by CM due to less interest.

    Never buy a tablet unless it’s a Nexus, imo, so you can get updated.

  • HeartStrong07

    Doesn’t this table have the same specs as before so it is no ugrade and it’s running ice cream sandwich?

    If you are comfortable with 2″ less real estate, why not hope to get the GN 8.0 in 2 to 3 months?

  • Mike_Cook7

    I think “and will sell 3″ should be added to the title.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=10602828 Mike Hilal

    Two words: Who Cares.

  • reyalP

    Why the hell is the carrier logo bigger than the manufacture logo? That just looks ridiculous. I just can’t stand how Verizon cheapens the look of everything with their huge ass logo.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=10602828 Mike Hilal

      because verizon

  • kretz7

    What a joke. Verizon is just terrible for doing this.

  • J. Gilbertson

    The tablet itself is great. Granted yes it is somewhere around 7+ months old but it’s served me well. Doesn’t look or feel as nice as my Transformer Prime and my prime probably also had a better screen resolution but this tablet does not give me the same ANR issues that the prime once gave. That said Verizon needs to keep up on the tablet market and get something more fresh.

  • KleenDroid

    Does anyone actually buy a tablet from Verizon?

  • http://twitter.com/Defenestratus Defenestratus

    Yeah thanks but no Verizon. 6 Months ago maybe, but two things happened that made your tablet crap unbearable.
    1) You can’t charge me double for tethering anymore.
    2) Nexus 10.

  • bakdroid

    I am not sure which is worse, $600 for a 8+ month old device or that this is the best tablet Verizon has to offer…

    • Tony Allen

      To be fair, what’s a better tablet out there that has cell connectivity?

      Of course it’s an old device, we don’t get the new Galaxy stuff til a good long while after the rest of the world does, that’s nothing new.

    • Justen DeBowles

      600 for what it arguably the best android tablet that is out there right now. N10 has better resolution, but is only dual core. This is only $100 more than the wifi equivalent. That’s a better markup than what they normally charge for the cell version of wifi tablets. This tablet is worth it at $500, so this isn’t too bad actually.

      • michael arazan

        I’d rather have the revamped Nexus 10 with the better processor that’ll be out at I/O

        • Justen DeBowles

          Everyone jumps nexus, and the nexus 10 is a good tablet, but the new nexus 10 with the better processor isn’t even out yet, we have no clue about price while this is available now and has proven itself as a strong tablet. I support the nexus program as much as the next person with a galaxy nex and 32gbN7 + 16gb N7, but i recognize that as of right now… this is the tablet to beat OVERALL and not just in resolution.

  • Tony Byatt

    $600? Is that an Android tablet or an iPad…Sheesh!

    • JoshGroff

      Both

    • Austin Warren

      Only expensive because of the 4G LTE chip.

  • CharlesJorgenson

    I dont think the logo is big enough. Needs more Cowbell

  • zepfloyd

    DAT LOGO. HAHA.