A Verizon Bound Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Appears in Leaky Rendering
The Verizon bound Samsung Galaxy Note Pro shows off in a leaky rendering. Remember the Samsung made Galaxy Note Pro series of tablets? The Galaxy Note as you may know is an amazingly successful series of smart phones and tablets made by Samsung that come with a stylus and a ‘note’ friendly operating system. The Note series started with the original Note smart phone and has grown two generations since, including a handful of tablet variations as well. Recently the Note 10.1 2014 edition was launched as the next generation flagship Note tablet. The company however was not done, as they launched the Note 8.0 as well and in the good name of Note, comes the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.
So the Samsung made Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is no big secret. For a while however the tablet was indeed just mere speculative rumor. Back in September of last year Samsung took to the streets and launched the Note 10.1 2014 alongside the Note 8.0. Previous information assumed the company would also be launching the Note Pro series; unfortunately it wasn’t until CES last month that Samsung finally took the wraps off of the 12.2 and 8.4 inch Galaxy Note Pro’s. During the announcement some information pointed to Verizon carrying the Note Pro in March of this year. While that’s not really a big surprise, as you may know, Verizon sells tablets and such. Today however, evidence has surfaced to support the Verizon bound Note Pro’s existence and it’s just in time. @EvLeaks has gotten their paws on some rather official looking press renderings of the tablet all but confirming the devices move to Verizon. The tablet as expected is set to come with 4G LTE capabilities and will be running with a Qualcomm made quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor. Pricing is still up in the air, however the Wi-Fi only version of this tablet starts at around $750 so expect a Verizon branded LTE capable variation to be priced between $700 and $800 bucks!
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