The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with 4G LTE support will finally arrive in Verizon stores on March 7, it seems. That means that in just three short days from now you’ll be able to pick one of these up straight from Big Red.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE has been a long way coming – we first heard that it was headed to Verizon back in December. Then, in January, the carrier decided to officially announce the thing. Which was good and all, but said press release left us without an official launch day and with no pricing to speak of.
In the meantime, US Cellular put the same device up for sale last week, so it was clearly only a short while until Verizon would do the same.
And now, someone sent Android Central the image you can see above. This is said to be a screenshot of Verizon’s famous Equipment Guide, in which the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE is already featured. The same person who sent the image claims that March 7 will be the big day. Let’s hope so.
That said, there’s still no word on pricing, so you may need to wait until Thursday to find out all about that.
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