A couple of weeks ago, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which is going to be the Android Honeycomb-running successor to the original Galaxy Tab of last year. The updated operating system version is a nice touch, as is the dual-core 1.2 GHz processor that the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus packs.
Unfortunately Samsung didn’t let us know just when this tablet will become available in the US, or how much it will cost. And while we still don’t know anything about the former, we now know all there is to know about the Tab 7.0′s pricing.
US online retailer J&R has started taking pre-orders for the new Samsung tablet, and it’s got two versions up for grabs. The one with 16 GB of integrated storage can be yours for $399.99, and 32 GB of space comes with a $100 premium.
The 32 GB variant shows up as “out of stock” right now, but the pre-order button works for the 16 GB model. The retailer doesn’t list any projected shipping dates, so at this point if you pre-order the only thing you’ll know for sure is that you’ll be among the first in the US to get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus – whenever it finally starts shipping. If you stay tuned, we’ll keep you posted on new developments as they unfold.
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