Samsung product executive Hankil Yoon has recently declared that the company hopes to sell 10 million Galaxy Tab Android tablets (worldwide).
This comes not long after Sammy said it expects to ship the same amount of Galaxy S smartphones.
Mr. Yoon also declared to The Wall Street Journal that the Galaxy Tab “would likely retail for between $200 and $300” in the US – just like we’ve heard before. Of course, this can only be the device’s price on contract (AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are among the carriers that could offer the tablet Stateside).
Meanwhile, Vodafone UK has added the Samsung Galaxy Tab to its website, confirming its plans to launch it soon.
Vodafone doesn’t say how much you’ll have to pay for the Galaxy Tab, but you can visit this webpage for more details.
Officially announced on September 2, the Galaxy Tab is Samsung’s first Android tablet, it runs Froyo and it will be a direct iPad competitor (although it has a smaller display – 7 inch vs. 9 inch).
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