Samsung officially announced the redesigned and improved Galaxy Note 10.1 two days ago, saying it would become available around the world starting this month, in black and white. The South Korean company didn’t provide details on the price of the tablet then. However, we’ve discovered how much you have to pay for it in Europe anyway.
According to Le Journal du Geek, the Note 10.1 16GB Wi-Fi costs €479 in France, while the 16GB Wi-Fi + 3G version is obviously more expensive (€599).
In Germany, the MSRP (manufacturer’s suggested retail price) of the Note 10.1 16GB Wi-Fi is €599, while the MSRP for the 3G version is €699.
For now, we haven’t seen the Galaxy Note 10.1 available anywhere online in Europe, but retailers will probably start selling it soon.
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