I don't understand that either, but if you want to see it, I would stop by a store and ask; I doubt they will refuse to show off the device or take a pre-order.
According to the specs B&N posted on the Nook developer pages, the co-branded Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1 will be running Samsung's flavor of Android 4.4 KitKat on a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU with 1.5GB RAM and 16GB internal storage.
It also has Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, a pair of cameras (1.3MP and 3MP), and a microSD card slot. The 10.1" display has a screen resolution of 1,280 x 800.
Weighing in at 487 grams, the new Tab Nook measure 8mm thin and has a 6.8Ah battery which is specced for 10 hours of web browsing.
I have not seen one of the 10" Tab Nooks, but the 7" model is in all the important ways a Samsung Galaxy Tab, with additional Nook software. That model launched just under 2 months ago.
The new 10" Galaxy Tab Nook is due to ship on 22 October, when it will be selling for $299, down from a recommended retail price of $349. I still don't have confirmation that consumers will be able to get one on that day, but I do have reliable sources that say it will be available.
Of course, if you don't want to wait you can always get a Samsung branded unit. They're widely available, including at Amazon where it is selling for $291.