Smasung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition

Verizon today has listed its LTE-enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition for sale. It's $699 outright, and signing a two-year contract will shave $100 off that.

Jerry's take from his review last year: "Right up front — this is a worthy upgrade from the original. It's faster, better built, and has better S Pen functionality."

Source: Verizon

 
There are 7 comments

FutureKix says:

That's pretty cool and all, but I still think the 12.2 is better! Go big or go home!

Also, is it a 2 year contract? For a $100 savings? Tgat part isn't so cool. They should totally do the same thing as the Nexus 7. Just forget about the age of the 7 and make the Note 10 $50!

:P

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KoukiFC3S says:

I feel like Verizon's $50 Nexus 7 is a better deal.

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the1m.polo says:

Well the only way I would purchase this via Verizon is the edge program... Yea I'm paying on the full retail price but I get the service plus half way through the payments I could trade it in for the next year's model...this is given u don't want the WiFi version... But I would never pay for service on a tab when I can use my phone as a modem
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DWR_31 says:

There really is no reason to pay extra to attach a tablet to your Verizon account when you can tether your capped data for free.

Does your tablet really need a Verizon radio in it?

Verizon says yes, it helps bleed more money from your pockets. They also say pay them $10 more a month for no extra data, but you get to save a little battery life on your phone.

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s2weden2000 says:

That's right!

... ( 0ppo F5) ...

slackerjack says:

This is the S800 version presumably, wonder how it will handle the resolution in contrast to the Exynos version. I also wonder if it comes with the Kit Kat Upgrade preinstalled or they too will have to wait and be stuck on the buggy 4.3 version (and the older version of TW)

sparkeater79 says:

My wife's ipad mini didn't come with a gps antenna unless I bought the cell version. Plus for someone like her, who runs low on juice on her cell and doesn't have a charger handy EVER, it is another line of communication.

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