LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 shows Verizon support in FCC filing

Verizon could soon round out its selection of Galaxy tablets with Samsung’s bigger brother to their Galaxy Note smartphone. An LTE-enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has passed through the FCC complete with support for Band 13 and Band 4, the 4G frequencies in tune with Verizon’s network. The setup differs from that of a previously spied LTE Galaxy Note 10.1, which did not feature compatibility with any US carriers.

Both companies have yet to announce any plans for the device’s release, but that could change soon. It wouldn’t be farfetched to see the slate on Verizon’s shelves, anyway. Is this the sort of thing that could warrant a quiet CES announcement? Perhaps. We’ll keep our ear to the ground.

[via Engadget]

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TAGS: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

  • Jonathan DeJesus

    A little late, Huh?

    • Crimsonshadow774

      Better late than never I suppose.

  • guitarist5122

    Back in November I was debating between this (Wi-Fi version) and Tab 2 10.1. I’m no artist and knew I was getting the Note 2, so I opted for the Tab 2 in order to save a lot of money. Even though the Note 10.1 had better hardware, I don’t regret the decision one bit after playing with my Note 2.

    Basically what I’m getting at is, the Note 10.1 is not for the average consumer (as far as the main draw of the tablet: s pen). So I’m having a hard time understanding why Verizon would be bothering, especially this late in the game, to bring a pricier LTE tablet to their network.

    • Mike

      The specs alone crush the tab 2 and the features that the note has over the tab makes the experience better…..I llove my note 2 and await the new note 10 later this year

      • guitarist5122

        lol, already said the Note 10.1 had better specs. I’m just saying the average consumer would be better off with the Tab 2 to save money. My Tab 2 is very capable even with 2 cores and a gig of RAM less. Handles intense game like GTA3 and loads everything fast. Good dev support too :-)

        • Mike

          True to the average person a tablet is a tablet,I just prefer bleeding edge specs

  • kev2684

    hope next gen is available on t-mo…

  • Jon

    The screen is the biggest turn off for me…. when the screen can compete with the ipad or nexus 10 I will spend the money for one… not to mention the specs are pretty much on par with my note 2…. I will be waiting to see when the next version of the note 10.1 is released and will be all over it…