Incredibly excited to see a Galaxy Tab at my doorstep, I eagerly wanted to just rip open the box and start playing with it right away. But exercising self-restraint, I waited for the opportune moment to set up the ol’ camcorder and take a few flicks as I opened it up for the first time. This Galaxy Tab was sent to me from Sprint; it’s now available in Sprint stores nationwide for $399.99 with 2-year agreement and $599.99 without.
The Galaxy Tab runs on Android 2.2 Froyo, has 2 GB internal storage with MicroSD capability, 3 MP camera with LED flash on back and 1.3 MP camera on front, 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, and a gorgeous 7″ touchscreen display with 1024×600 resolution.
It also can connect to WiFi and Sprint’s 3G network (not 4G, unfortunately). When purchasing the Galaxy Tab you have two options for internet use: $29 for 2 GB and $59 for 5 GB.
Continue on below to see a couple pictures and the full unboxing video in all its tablet-unwrapping glory. Just imagine that this is you unwrapping the Galaxy Tab during the holiday season. Got the visual in your head? Awesome, let’s check it out!
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