Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with LTE for Sprint approved by the FCC

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with LTE for Sprint approved by the FCC
It looks like Verizon won't be the only U.S. carrier to offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with LTE connectivity. Sprint is most likely getting on board as well, given the fact that a version of the device with support for Sprint's LTE bands, in addition to CDMA, just showed up at the FCC. The tablet, which has the model name SPH-P600 attached to it, is also listed on the Bluetooth SIG database with support for Bluetooth 4.0.

What the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has to differentiate itself from the rest is the S Pen, which is a highly-precise, pressure-sensitive stylus that can be used for a number of applications. These range from making your own digital scrapbooks and taking notes to doodling and drawing stick figures for fun. Professional artists might find the accessory useful as well.

Although Sprint has not mentioned anything about launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE, an official announcement might be right around the corner. Its pricing isn't known either, but we guess it won't come cheap.



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