Korean electronics giant, Samsung, will stop at nothing to enlarge its coast in terms of wide reach for its never-ending release of devices as it has allowed its LTE version of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 be available at Verizon Wireless starting from Thursday the 7 of March this week.
The tablet which will be available online and in several Verizon stores has been allotted a price tag of $599.99 for 16GB of internal flash storage, compared to the retail price for WiFi-only versions of $499.99 for 16GB or $549.99 for 32GB.
Despite Samsung not being able to topple the Apple yet with its android-based platform, the several lines of tablets released by the South Korean Company has earned the company so much boost in the world when it comes to the smartphone industry, as one of the executives of the company actually confessed at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress that their products will double this year in terms of sales.
That can be considered a very large leap looking at progress as Samsung’s original Galaxy Tab initially failed to make a dent in the market and only helped further illustrate the dominance of Apple and its iPad then.
Samsung has been expanding its Note line of devices, which include an S Pen stylus for writing on the device, as well as multiscreen viewing and advanced security features. Along with the Galaxy Note 10.1 and the smaller phablet — the Galaxy Note 2 — Samsung last week unveiled its 8-inch tablet, the Galaxy Note 8.