Pre-order your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10.1 from today, $99 down


A little while back, T-Mobile announced that it would be selling the 2014 edition Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet at some point soon. Today, the company has revealed that it’s available to pre-order. Customers wanting to be their first to get their hands on the promising 10-inch tablet can head on over to now to get their orders in.

Cost-wise, you’re looking at $99.99 down and then 24 monthly payments of $23 costing a grand total of $651.99.

If you’re not fussed about pre-ordering and would rather click to order, or stroll in to a brick-and-mortar store when it’s available, you’ll have to wait a few more weeks. Note 10.1 lands on store shelves on June 4th.

“About the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
* Looks & Power. Experience the superior design, exceptional power, and
brilliant viewing on the amazing Note 10.1 tablet
* S-Pen(TM) experience & innovation. The S Pen is so much more than just a
digital pen or stylus, it offers the comfort of a pen and the control of a
mouse, so you can create, compose, and edit virtually wherever you are.
* Multitasking capabilities. Make the most of the big screen real estate. With
Multi Window(TM) on Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) you can seamlessly use two
different applications side-by-side and easily drag and drop content from
one window to another.
* Simple to use. Enjoy many of your favorite apps with ease – browsing,
camera, movies, music, video chats and much more”

It’s about time the iPad had a high-quality opponent on Team Magenta’s store shelves, and considering the two really cheap T-Mo tablets now available from Walmart, the tablet lineup is starting to look a lot healthier than it did a couple of weeks back.

Via: T-Mobile

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  • Hastur

    Seems you can’t complete the pre-order online this morning. I’ve tried repeatedly and a chat rep just told me they can’t do it. Some one is probably having a really bad morning.

  • Matthew DiGiacomo

    Stupid. Why is it $120 more expensive than everywhere else?

    • Tinger12

      It’s the LTE version not the WiFi version.

    • Prod1702

      Also to make it sound even better I am pretty sure that is for the 16gb model as well. Who wants a tablet anymore with only 16gb of space.
      Edit: I guess I was wrong just looked and it is 32gb. Still would get a Wifi only and save money.

      • dkbnyc

        I have the 32gb wifi model. $549 from Best Buy. With the 3 GB of free tethering that comes with the 4G Nationwide plan on my Note 3. this isn’t really a bargain.

        • Prod1702

          $550 is starting to get to a ok price $500 would be better, but in the end you saved $70 and get 3gb of data at no extra cost. Wifi only is the way to go.

  • Philip

    Stupid. Just get a regular one and use your phone for hotspot.

    • RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a GN3!

    • Prod1702

      Most people are not this smart. They are like omg I can get a tablet and have internet on it while i am out and about. Most people do not even know what a hotpsot is or how it works.

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    I really wouldn’t ordering one but where is the white version?

  • BRyan

    Uh.. for a device that’s already several months old it’s seems way over priced.
    When’s the next note tablet due out?

    • guest

      This version has LTE, not just wifi. It also has a faster processor.

      • Prod1702

        its the same things as the Wifi only one but with LTE now. The wifi only was on Oct 2013. The newest Samsung tablets are the Samsung Note Pro tablets. T-mobile is always behind on android tablets.

        • guest

          Citing the same article you posted, the wifi version has the 1.9 GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos Processor, and the LTE version has the 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 SoC processor

        • Prod1702

          I hope you are not looking at the 1.9 and 2.3 and thinking that because 2.3 is higher it is faster and should cost more. The reason the Wifi only is the Exynos is because there is no LTE modem on that Chip where the Snapdragon has LTE on the Chip. Also look at this review. You will see that the two chips are pretty much close to the same. So you would think cost would be the same as well for the chips.

    • dkbnyc

      Several months old granted but I dare you to find a tablet with better spec. This is still the one to beat.

  • Bklynman

    Does anyone know if those 2 tablets from Wally has the LTE chip in them?

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  • Lynel007

    I thought the were selling these for wifi prices? 349 on amazon wifi 16 gb they are trying to sucker you!

    • Pay attention

      They got rid of that deal two weeks ago.

    • dkbnyc

      Maybe $349 Used or the prior version. You won’t find the 2014 model for $349 new anyplace.. I picked up a 32 GB WiFi only model from Best Buy a month ago and it’s still selling for $549.99.

  • rob

    How many gb??