A version of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 which will come with 4G data connectivity built-in is headed to Canada soon, that much we’ve known since August when the Wi-Fi-only variant of the tablet was launched. Two of the carriers that will have the Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G are Telus and Rogers. In fact, about a month ago a flyer portraying Rogers’ device leaked.
Today we get new information about the 4G Tab. A price and a release date, but they’re not for the same carrier.
So according to a leaked internal document from Telus, it will release the Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G on September 8.
And thanks to a leaked document originating at Rogers, we know that it expects to charge $599.99 for its 4G Samsung tablet. That’s pretty much in line with expectations, since the Wi-Fi-only version goes for $100 less.
Obviously we’ll let you know if we find out anything about Telus’ pricing or when Rogers will have the tablet in stores. Suffice to say that Telus’ price should be similar to the one at Rogers, and Rogers should launch the Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G pretty soon too. But stay tuned.
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