The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is looking more and more promising for the United States. We already saw it appear in Verizon’s inventory systems, but not it is passing through FCC with Verizon LTE.
Personally, I can not wait until I am able to get this device. Here is hoping that a Wi-Fi version will appear soon.
Source: FCC via The Verge
So the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus has a Wi-Fi only version coming out soon. It has just cleared the FCC and is up for pre-order on J&R for only $399. That $399 will buy you a pretty impressive seven inch slate. It packs a 1.2 GHz Dual Core chip, 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage.
The specs fairly decent, but are a huge disappointment compared to the Galaxy Tab 7.7. The 7.7 rocks a Super AMOLED Plus display with an HD resolution, while the Plus is stuck with the same resolution as the orignal Galaxy Tab.
Are you interested in the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, or just frustrated that its the Galaxy Tab 7.7?
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is only a few days away, but most people are more excited about the smaller Galaxy Tab 8.9. Samsung announced that it would be released “early this summer.” Passing through the FCC means it still is on track for a summer release.
For $469, $30 less than the Galaxy Tab 10.1, this tablet can be yours. It will come in 16 GB and 32 GB varieties for the aforementioned $469 and $569.
Are you waiting for the 8.9 and why?
Source: Android Central
Samsung sent the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in for FCC certification. It is always good to make sure that devices will not spontaneously explode before putting them on store shelves.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi-Only will be available June 8th in 16GB and 32GB fashions for $499 and $599 respectively.
Source: Wireless Goodness