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Samsung likes to release funky colored versions of its devices, particularly when it ties in with a holiday like Valentine's Day. This year it's the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE that's getting a fresh coat of paint, appearing for the first time in "garnet red" this Feb. 14.

The blood-red, 4G-equipped version of Samsung's pen-toting tablet launches today in Korea, and will be heading to other territories shortly thereafter -- according to Samsung it's aimed at young women and couples, like the happy duo you see in the shot above. As for internals, we're expecting the same hardware we reviewed late last year -- a 1280x800 screen, 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos chip and 2GB of RAM, in addition to a bundled Wacom-based S Pen stylus.

There's no word on pricing just yet, but if it matches up with the other flavors of Note 10.1 LTE, you're probably looking at around €600-700.

Source: Samsung via: Pocket-Lint

 
There are 6 comments

IceDree says:

Thank god they didn't use that same sorry @$$ blue wallpaper they keep photoshopping to phones\tablets in every press release .

tigeryee says:

this would be a match to my Patrick Willis wallpaper. In fact I inspired at spray painting the bezels of my Galaxy tab 10.1

kadeep says:

Korean faces look plastic for me, horrible

jenglish7 says:

That's the prime material used to build Galaxy phones. It's a design language match. You've got a problem with plastic?

Jdroid3 says:

where are the hot girls?

Bruh-Man says:

That man is wearing lipstick....