This way, the tablet will be available via all four major US carriers – just like the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone.
None of the carriers mentioned the price they’ll ask for the Samsung tablet. However,on contract, the device will likely cost between $200 and $300.
The Galaxy Tab runs Android 2.2 Froyo and features a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixels display, Wi-Fi, GPS, support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Samsung’s Social Hub and Media Hub, Bluetooth 3.0, 3.5mm headset jack, and two cameras (3MP one on the back, 1.3MP one on the front, for video-calling).
Unfortunately, the US version of the tablet doesn’t seem to have telephony capabilities (like the European version). Also of note is the fact that Sprint’s Galaxy Tab will not be a 4G device.
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