Mar 06 AT 12:54 PM Nick Sarafolean 6 Comments

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 lands on Verizon for $849

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2

Big tablets come with big prices. The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is one of the biggest Android tablets to date but that comes at a price. The Wi-Fi only model starts at a hefty $749 and goes up to $849 for the 64GB model. Now, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is hitting Verizon for on-the-go LTE and the price will ramp up by $100 to $849 for the 32GB model. That’s a lot of money. If, for some reason, you enjoy the brutality of contracts, you can sign into one for two years and bring the up-front price of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 back down to $749. Of course, you’ll also be forced to pay two years worth of service with Verizon for that so we can’t recommend the contract route very highly on this one.

If you’re looking for the biggest and best Android tablet on the market, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 should fit the bill. And speaking of bills, you’d better be willing to pay some if you want LTE for that new tablet.

Do you think that this price is too high?

Via: Android Central

Source: Verizon

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  • JQuest81

    I could just go ahead and get a decent laptop, but I would be lying if I said I didn’t covet this device. I wonder what the chances of it hitting T-Mobile are? I wouldn’t mind paying 30 bucks/mo for two years for this with the flexibility of paying it off whenever I want.

  • Erich feichtinger

    Maybe just me, I just checked the Web site says 16gb. If that’s right screw that. I’d do it for 32 but Wtf is with these carriers always chopping the storage. They’ve got to be getting kickbacks for promoting the cloud crap.

  • renyo

    I think I’ll just wait for the Nexus 10…

    • donger

      For that price, it’s better to wait for the new Nexus 10.

  • regard

    This us a device designed to keep consumers off toes. Bit i must confess the price tag makes consumers think twise. Please let them know.

  • DJ

    I bought the Wi-FI version from Best Buy a few weeks ago. Love it, but I do have the Note 3 so as you can tell I’m a fan of the larger devices. I don’t see where spending the extra 100 bucks for LTE is worth it, just use your smartphone as a hotspot instead.