Feb 05 AT 3:12 PM Dima Aryeh 6 Comments

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 leaked for Verizon, likely to cost $900

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 Verizon

The new Samsung tablets announced at CES look rather awesome, and thanks to an official press release, we now know how much each tablet will cost and when it will hit shelves. A Verizon version of the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 had previously been mentioned, but until now, we haven’t had much information on it.

Of course, someone managed to leak a press shot of the Verizon-bound tablet. As customary, Verizon slaps on a massive logo to make sure people know it’s a Verizon tablet. Knowing that the tablet itself is massive, with a 12.2-inch display, you can imagine how big that logo is.

The base device with no mobile radios will retail for $750 for the 32GB model, so once you add LTE radios into that price, this tablet could be launching at $900 or more. So tell us, would you ever spend $900 or $1000 on a tablet? It IS a well equipped tablet with an absolutely massive display and fast mobile data, but the price is insane. Leave a comment!

Via: Android Police

Source: @evleaks

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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  • Daniel

    I am so ready to purchase this tablet. I’m have been waiting to replace my Verizon LTE Motorola Xoom. I was initially waiting for the Note 10.1 2014 Edition, but Verizon never released one. And when they announced a 12.2 inch screen, I knew that’s what I wanted instead. I release most people think it’s too big, but for me it’ll be just right. I have an AT&T Galaxy Note 2 for a phone, but with a Note tablet, I think I’ll downsize the phone to a Galaxy S5 when it’s time for an upgrade. The phone screen is just too small to make regular use of the stylus (for me). The 10.1 inch screen is much better, but I want lots of room for notes.

  • Floorman63

    Sounds great to me too! I can’t wait to try it out. As long as it’s not to top heavy,,I think I’ll love it!

  • Ronnie Ballard

    I think at$900 I’ll just wait for the price to drop
    I think at $900

  • donger

    Expensive.

  • Joshua

    I’m here in Korea it’s going to be vastly more expensive than that. It’s too close to the price of a laptop to justify it. As much as I love Android, in the end I would only pay that much for a portable windows 8, not an android device. A big beautiful screen is really the only amazing thing about it. Everything else is just adding fast to already fast…not a big enough jump imo.

  • Robert Fazio

    I really like the idea of a 4G LTE
    Note tablet I bought the 10.1 tab pro 900.00 is steep but if someone wants it bad enough they will pay it. I think I will return my tab pro and get the Note Pro.

  1. DanielGuest 1 year ago

    I am so ready to purchase this tablet. I’m have been waiting to replace my Verizon LTE Motorola Xoom. I was initially waiting for the Note 10.1 2014 Edition, but Verizon never released one. And when they announced a 12.2 inch screen, I knew that’s what I wanted instead. I release most people think it’s too big, but for me it’ll be just right. I have an AT&T Galaxy Note 2 for a phone, but with a Note tablet, I think I’ll downsize the phone to a Galaxy S5 when it’s time for an upgrade. The phone screen is just too small to make regular use of the stylus (for me). The 10.1 inch screen is much better, but I want lots of room for notes.

  2. Sounds great to me too! I can’t wait to try it out. As long as it’s not to top heavy,,I think I’ll love it!

  3. Ronnie BallardGuest 1 year ago

    I think at$900 I’ll just wait for the price to drop
    I think at $900

  4. JoshuaGuest 1 year ago

    I’m here in Korea it’s going to be vastly more expensive than that. It’s too close to the price of a laptop to justify it. As much as I love Android, in the end I would only pay that much for a portable windows 8, not an android device. A big beautiful screen is really the only amazing thing about it. Everything else is just adding fast to already fast…not a big enough jump imo.

  5. Robert FazioGuest 1 year ago

    I really like the idea of a 4G LTE
    Note tablet I bought the 10.1 tab pro 900.00 is steep but if someone wants it bad enough they will pay it. I think I will return my tab pro and get the Note Pro.