Earlier this week, Samsung officially announced that the Galaxy Note 10.1 – or the 10-inch tablet version of their popular Galaxy Note phablets – will start shipping globally within the month. While they didn’t announce official prices or specific release dates, a number of reports found out the missing details for a number of international markets.
Unwired View posted prices for the tablet in Europe (or a couple of European markets anyway), with the 16GB Wi-Fi version costing €479 ($589) and the 16GB Wi-Fi + 3G version priced at €599 ($736) in France. In Germany, the tablet costs significantly higher: the base Wi-Fi version costs €599, and the 3G version will sell for €699 ($859).
According to a company press release (via The Verge), the Galaxy Note 10.1 will start selling in Hong Kong on August 16th, where the 3G version will go for HKD 4,998 (around $644). Prices for the Wi-Fi version wasn’t mentioned, although it should follow the 3G version within the month. Samsung also mentioned that an LTE model will be “available soon.”
No word on other markets, but it shouldn’t take long. A post on Samsung’s blog mentions a global release this month.