It’s not exactly a secret that Verizon is preparing an LTE variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Two weeks ago, we saw the Galaxy Note 10.1 with LTE (SHV-E230S) making its way to FCC, though that model doesn’t sport a Verizon-friendly radio. Now, another 4G LTE-equipped variant of the tablet has made a pit stop at the regulatory agency.
As expected, the SCH-i925 model of the Note 10.1 LTE has been approved by FCC, which means a U.S. release is one step closer to becoming a reality. From the filing, it looks like the device will support Verizon’s Band 13, as well as its Band 4 spectrum.
While the Note 10.1 may not have the best resolution in the market, no other 10-inch Android tablet comes with a Wacom-based digitizer screen and an integrated stylus. The promised Premium Suite upgrade and 4G LTE connectivity should make the tab more appealing for buyers who don’t mind being tied into a contract with Big Red.
Verizon hasn’t mentioned when it’ll be launching the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE, but we might just see it hit the market this month. Are you interested?