Samsung has already mad it officially clear that the Galaxy Note 10.1 would be available around the world starting this month. And now the company has provided details on the tablet’s availability in the US.
The Note 10.1 will be released Stateside starting tomorrow, August 16 (the same day when it’s hitting the shelves in the UK). The 16GB Wi-Fi version of the tablet costs $499, while the 32GB Wi-Fi one will be $549. BestBuy, Office Depot, Amazon and TigerDirect are some of the locations where customers will be able to find the new quad-core tablet. 3G and LTE editions are likely going to be introduced soon, too.
At launch, the Galaxy Note 10.1 will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Unsurprisingly, an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is scheduled to arrive later this year.
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