It looks like Negri Electronics is now offering the 10.1-inch version of Samsung’s Galaxy Note tablet with the S Pen digitizer for pre-order. Users interested in the quad-core Exynos-powered tablet will have to fork over $750 for the 16 GB version with an HSPA+ quad-band radio. In the U.S., this means that the tablet will be compatible with AT&T’s 4G HSPA+ network but not on T-Mobile’s AWS HSPA+ network.
Engadget reports the highly anticipated tablet is said to have a firm shipping date of Friday, August 3.
Perhaps Samsung USA will be announcing the Galaxy Note 10.1 for the U.S. market later this month at the scheduled mid-month press event.
The slate was initially previewed and announced earlier this year at Mobile World Congress with limited details. Since the slate was announced, Samsung took some time to re-tool the device with more updated specs.
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