The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 may be on its way to Verizon soon, with LTE support in tow. While nothing official from Verizon has been announced just yet, a version of the tablet with the model number SCH-i925 has been discovered in a Wi-Fi alliance document.
The newly spotted version of the Note 10.1 mentions support for LTE/CDMA2000/W-CDMA/GSM connectivity along with dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, which seems to point towards Verizon as the carrier.
If Verizon does in fact plan on bringing us a version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, what kind of pricing would it have? While it’s hard to say for sure, we do know that the Wi-Fi-only version of the 10.1 sells for around $499.99. Adding LTE means it will likely cost more than this, but you might be able to get it for cheaper by signing a two-year agreement.
Keep in mind that this is all speculation at this point, so take it with a grain of salt. Would you consider purchasing a Verizon LTE-equipped version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 if this rumor proves true?
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I had the GN 10.1 WiFi edition for a few days and while I really like the tablet and would have kept it, if not for the screen resolution. I just could NOT get past 1280×800 on a 10.1″ display. I know Samsung will roll out better tablets at CES and no doubt we will see them by summer. I can only hope they put more effort into a better display like they did on the Nexus 10.
If any of you are running away from this tablet because of comments like this about the “horrible screen” then my advice is to try it and judge for yourself. I mean, I have an iPad 1 and this device and screen blow it away. My wife has an iPad 3 and while the screen is higher resolution, how high do you really need? I’m 45 so I guess my eyes just can’t see a dramatic difference but if you consider that these new tables have higher resolution then a 60″ HDTV, I can’t help but wonder, how much is enough? I find this tablet lightning fast and the pen is awesome. I guess you have to decide what’s most important to you at the end of the day.