Android Central

Update: Folks in New York City will be able to pick the Note 10.1 up at the Union Square Best Buy a day early!

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has arrived, and it'll be launching tomorrow, Aug. 16, around the world. Available in white and blue flavors, the S-Pen-enabled Android 4.0 tablet will sell in the U.S. for $499 for the 16GB model and $549 for the 32GB version at Best Buy, HH Gregg, Office Depot, Amazon, and Tiger Direct.

Elsewhere, the Galaxy Note 10.1 will make its international debut at Samsung's flagship brand store at the Westfield shopping center in Stratford, London on the same day. UK pricing is expected to come in at around £450 for the Wifi and 3G/HSPA model, though there's been no specific announcement for international pricing.

For more info on the Samsing Galaxy Note 10.1, check out our extensive hands-on preview


Reader comments

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 availability


The US customers get screwed again. I bought the International version from Negri Electronics a couple of weeks ago and now noticed the US version will only have 1GB of RAM compared to the 2GB on the Internatioal version. It only has a 1GHz, Dual Core processor compared to the Quad Core Exynos on the Intl. version. This is a complete fail by Samsung. I would bet that the US versions are not as fast as the Intl version and I would not accept anything slower than what I am getting with my INTL version.

Where did you notice this US version? All info I've seen (including AC's live coverage) point out 2GB RAM and Quad-Core. Even Samsung's overview video states these specs.