Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is expected to be available in Canada on September 26th

Ian Hardy

September 10, 2012 7:34am

Samsung’s newest tablet – the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – is coming to Canada soon. Last week the $499.99 outright price was revealed. Missing from the original post was the launch date, however, big box retailer Best Buy has placed this to arrive at their warehouse on September 26th. Those interested in securing the tablet with S-Pen can go forth and pre-order it.

Source: Best Buy

  • notbillable

    Finally it is here.
    Cant wait to grab one!

  • superfly

    Only if it was 4g for $499

  • John Lee

    With the Windows 8 Smart PC available for just a little more, and also with S-Pen, I am going to hold off and see which unit is better.

  • EddieWinslow

    There was a review on Reddit, and they were not pleased with this device. I was upset as I really like the idea for it.

  • Danny

    I just pre-ordered mine! Anyone else notice the differnce in prices and specs between US retailers and According to, specs list it with 32GB built-in memory at $499.99. However the US versions are all selling for 16GB/$499 and 32GB/$549. Finally something that is actually cheaper in Canada!

    BTW anyone know if the older Galaxy Tab keyboard dock will work with the Note 10.1?

  • Patrick

    Anyone know if you’ll be able to tether this to an ICS device? I want to use my H+ / 3G from my UNrooted Galaxy Nexus 4.1.1 with this.

  • Danny

    Do people still tether devices? In any case you can still hotspot your phone with ample data plan to the tablet. I currently hotspot from my SGS2 to my Google Nexus 7 tablet without the phone ever leaving my pocket.