Samsung has announced that its Galaxy Tab Android Froyo tablet would be available in the UK in exactly one month from now, starting November 1.
The 7 inch tablet (Samsung’s first to run Android) will be offered to UK users via “all major network” – which presumably means O2, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile, and maybe 3, too.
Unfortunately, Samsung has still not unveiled the Galaxy Tab’s price. It did say, though, that the tablet “will be available on a range of attractive price packages.”
The Galaxy Tab will likely be released in other European markets before November 1. It will also be launched in the US (via Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile) in the coming months.
A new, 10 inch Galaxy Tab may be in the making for next year. Until then, let’s see how sales of the 7 inch models will go.
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