Ever heard of a 10.1 slate having LTE connectivity? Neither did I before the T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. The Note series has always been in a very good steak of success. Now with the LTE enabled Galaxy Note 10.1, everything seems to fit for persons who love their internet connectivity on-the-go.
The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10.1 is set to release in June 2014. As compared to T-Mobile’s rival, they are not only giving the Note 10.1 on the same price as the Wi-Fi version, but also offering 1 GB of free LTE mobile broadband connectivity.
This version of the Note 10.1 also offers much better performance than the Wi-Fi only version as well. That can be noticed by the change of the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz rather than Samsung’s Exynos ARM-based processor. This was also necessary as the Exynos does not support LTE compatibility, while the Snapdragon does support it.
In the U.S, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10.1 would be joining its rival Verizon Wireless in offering the tablet. Verizon’s edition costs $600 in a 2-year contract. And as compared to Verizon, T-Mobile is giving it away at $550, which is the same price as the Wi-Fi only version and also a lot more attractive.
If the S-Pen and the 10.1 display is your kinda thing then what’s the wait for?