note_10.1_5Living in South Korea must have its benefits. After all the country is home to the likes of tech giants such as Samsung and LG, with the former not just dominating the Android market, but the smartphone market in general as well. To that end Samsung has recently announced that the South Korean market can look forward to a new tablet from the company in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition with a model that will support the country’s LTE-A network. The main difference here would be the LTE-A model being powered by a Snapdragon 800 chipset clocked at 2.3GHz, versus the 1.9GHz quad-core Exynos chipset found in the WiFi-only model.

Apart from that the rest of the specs should remain the same. This means that users can look forward to a 10.1” 2,560×1,600 display, 3GB of RAM, an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 8,220mAh battery, S Pen support, with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean running the show. For our South Korean readers looking forward to the tablet, you can look forward to forking out 946,000 won (~$891) for the LTE-A model, while the WiFi-only model will set you back 799,000 won (~$752).

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