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Galaxy Tab priced for T-Mobile

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Oct 2010 17:25 User comments (2)

Galaxy Tab priced for T-Mobile TMOnews has released a spec sheet for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab, which runs Android 2.2 and seems to be the first real competitor to the Apple iPad.
The Tab will cost $400 with two-year contract (and after rebate) and it will run you $650 without contract.

It was reported yesterday that the Sprint version of the tablet will be priced at $400 with contract, as well.

Samsung's Galaxy Tab is 7-inches (1024x600 resolution), runs on a 1 GHz processor and has dual-cameras. The impressive tablet also runs on Android 2.2 Froyo, which allows for native Flash support.

It will come in two models, one with 16GB and the other with 32GB. Each has a MicroSD slot, allowing for an extra 32GB of memory.

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2 user comments

110.10.2010 20:19

Better of just buying a netbook the price is way to much if you ask me.



210.10.2010 20:37
PulSamsara
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Originally posted by biglo30:
Better of just buying a netbook the price is way to much if you ask me.
While I like my wife's Galaxy Phone...
600 or 400 with contract is too much.

I'll wait for the onslaught.

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