Earlier this month, Verizon Wireless unveiled its own Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (with LTE), which should become available pretty soon.
Now, it looks like Sprint is about to follow. A Sprint-bound Galaxy Note 10.1 has been approved by the FCC recently – this likely means the third largest US mobile carrier plans to announce the tablet at some point.
The Note 10.1 that we’re talking about has the model number SPH-P600 (SPH clearly being an indication that it’s headed to Sprint – see the carrier’s Note II SPH-L900, Galaxy S III SPH-L710, and so on). Moreover, the tablet also has Sprint-friendly LTE connectivity.
Like Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10.1, Sprint’s model should run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from day one. Specs-wise, it’s going to offer a 10.1 inch IPS display with 1280 x 800 pixels, S Pen stylus, quad-core 1.4 GHz Exynos 4412 processor, 5MP rear camera with LED flash, 1.9MP front-facing camera, 2GB of RAM, probably 16GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support (up to 64GB), and a 7,000 mAh battery.
At the moment, Sprint is selling just one other Samsung tablet – the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which is offered for $449.99 on contract. The Galaxy Note 10.1 will probably have a similar price. In any case, we will let you know when Sprint officially announces it.
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