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Galaxy Note 10.1: Best Ever Samsung's Tablets Sell for $600 via Verizon Wireless

As previously confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE version will be sold through Verizon Wireless on Thursday, March 7, 2013 for $600. Meanwhile, this tablet will be available in Korea in November.

From the website Engadget described the verizon version of this tablet will be powered by a 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 2GB RAM, 7,000 mAh battery, and there will be a large carrier logo on the rear casing. Samsung's latest tablet will run with operating system Android 4.1 with cascading window support.

As reported earlier, this newest Note series is part of Samsung's ambition to be more in charge of the tablet market, following their previous success in the smartphone market through a line of Galaxy S series. Even at MWC 2013, Samsung's executive confirmed that their target in 2013 are double the sales of their products.

Image Credit: samsung.com

PLUS and MINUS
As with other gadgets, this tablet also has advantages and disadvantages. Let's check it all below:

(+) Includes S Pen stylus, sport a proven, multiscreen viewing, sensible design, advanced security features, has fast performance and comes with useful features.

(-) S Pen Stylus only be used in full in some applications only and is not enabled by default. In addition, in some applications S Pen does not work well.


PRICE and VARIANT
Galaxy Note verizon version 10.1 will be available in several variants, namely:

Version Internal storage Price
LTE version 16GB of internal storage $599.99
Wi-Fi only version 16GB of internal storage $499.99
Wi-Fi only version 32GB of internal storage $549.99

In addition to the price list of several variants are available, Verizon also provides details of the cost to be paid if the user wants to use this tablet. There are two options available:
  1. Prepaid Plan
    In this option user will be charged $20/1GB per month up to $80/10GB per month.
  2. Share Everything Plan
    In this option user will be charged $10 per month per tablet for access lines and any data pooled.
    Example: User will be charged $70 per month for unlimited talk and text with 4GB of shared data. It includes access line fee.
After reading from top to bottom, it can be concluded that the Galaxy Note 10.1 is the best ever tablet produced by Samsung. Although the price given in tablet is quite expensive, but it may be paid to the quality and satisfy performance that you will get later. Interested?? Let me know your opinion about this tablet via the comments below :)

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