It was earlier this month when Verizon Wireless revealed to folks living in the US that they will be carrying the spanking new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with LTE support, which means you ought to be able to wrap your fingers around one pretty soon. Well, Sprint is not one to remain far behind its competitors, and the Now Network has announced that they too, will be carrying a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for the masses, considering how a Sprint-specific version of the tablet has already received the nod of approval from the folks over at the FCC.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 from Sprint will come with the model number SPH-P600 (SPH always points toward Sprint, just like how their Galaxy Note 2 was the SPH-L900, while the Galaxy S3 is known as the SPH-L710, etc.), not to mention coming with LTE connectivity that is compatible with Sprint’s network as well. Do expect Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to ship with Sprint’s Galaxy Note 10.1 right out of the box.
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