If you were planning on picking up Samsung’s upcoming quad-core Exynos Galaxy Note 10.1, Negri Electronics is currently taking pre-orders on the $750 tablet. Negri says the tablet will begin shipping as early as tomorrow and in case you don’t believe Negri can make on that promise, the online-retailer tweeted a pic of the tablet, unboxed and exposed for the world to see. More interesting is the fact that this model apparently will come with a HSPA+ radios making it a perfect fit for those on AT&T (and with deep pockets). Who’s getting one?
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Today, Samsung and Google announced a partnership to bring ARCore to Galaxy smartphones. This is a huge step in ARCore being a viable competitor to Apple’s ARKit.