Big Red’s customers will finally be able to grab Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE very soon. Although the tablet was introduced way back in January at CES, Samsung has announced that the device would be coming this very month on Verizon.
The release date being March 7th, the Verizon LTE version will cost you be $599 online as well as in stores. It is the same Galaxy Note 10.1 WiFi-only version only with Wireless LTE connectivity. The accessories are already available in Verizon stores.
This is the tablet for all those in the graphical arts field. The tablet is quite similar to the LTE model but will introduce some new features such as Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. It carries the same1.4 GHz-9 quad-core processor, 5 MP rear camera, 2 GB of RAM etc. You will also find some new photo editing tools and new features such as multiscreen mode.
Users can spend an additional $10 to add the tablet to “Share Everything” on Verizon’s account. The device gets a 4,600mAh battery capacity and screen resolution of 1,280×800.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE is lightweight and portable, offering true multitasking. Enjoy creative capabilities and interactive entertainment with LTE connectivity. Use the multi-view feature as you like. Some other goodies on the tablet include the Smart Remote app and Adobe Photoshop Touch,
The multi-view feature is being touted as a very useful feature for students as they can watch a video, read an article and take notes at the same time. They can get some entertainment while doing some serious work.
Samsung Telecommunications America is the leading phone provider in the US. The South Korean company hopes to sell more than forty million tablet units during 2013. Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE will be available on Verizon on March 7 for $599.99 and the version is also available from U.S. Cellular.