Some leaked pictures of Verizon’s system surfaced with what appears to be a Galaxy Tab 10.1 in 4G LTE fashion.
The model, SCH-I905, is listed in both black and white. It is unlikely that the white model will have the same cool back that the Limited Edition ones had. But still people go crazy over white.
It will also come in both 16 GB and 32 GB configurations, and almost certainly include a microSD card slot. There is no word on pricing, but it is safe to assume that it will be as most as much as the Motorola Xoom on Verizon.
We will find out more information at Samsung’s event on May 26th.
Source: Droid Life
Into Mobile is hearing things around the water cooler that the rest of us are missing. Apparently they believe that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 that is launching June 8th will be a mere $399 instead of the previously announced $499. If this is true, then Samsung gets a humongous win in my book.
Smartly, we’re hearing that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi will probably land for about $399 before taxes. This is a great way to counter the juggernaut that is the Apple iPad 2 and I can tell you that this device seems like every bit the equal of the Apple tablet.
This is a great way to expel the complaints from the masses crying out for microSD support. Those expecting to pay $499 for 16 GB can just pay the same price and grab a 32 GB version or just take the $100 cut and stick with the 16 GB.
Into Mobile is a reputable website, but I still have a fair amount of doubt that Samsung will sell the Galaxy Tab for $100 less than they announced a few months ago. Either way I am sure we will find out more May 24th at Samsung’s event in New York.
Source: Into Mobile