Galaxy Note 10.1 launches on Verizon
The Galaxy Note 10.1 with S Pen and 4G LTE lands on Verizon in a few days for $599
It's been a while since the official announcement was made, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet will finally be launching on Verizon Wireless March 7 for about $600.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet looks like it's a mighty fine tablet, as the 10.1-inch screen will sport a 1280 x 800 resolution and it will be powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core processor. Since Verizon is launching it, the Android-powered device will come with a 4G LTE modem and you can make this a part of your Share Everything plan for a $10 monthly access fee.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will also come with the S Pen, a digital stylus that lets you jot down handwritten notes and annotate web pages, and it even works with customized apps. Another neat feature is that you'll be able to use this tablet as a universal remote for your television, thanks to software from Peel.
Speaking of software, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will launch with Android Jelly Bean and the custom TouchWiz UI. Like on the Galaxy Note 2, you can do things like run two apps at the same time and the additional screen size means that it may be a more fluid and usable experience.
If you plan to use your tablet for work purposes, you'll be happy to know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is ready for the enterprise. It has the SAFE (Samsung for Enterprise) certificate, so it should hook into your corporate email and calendars but you may still want to check your company's policies first.
If you do wind up picking up this tablet on Verizon, be sure to check out our Galaxy Note 10.1 top tips to get the most out of your Samsung device. Any of you planning on picking this thing up?