The Galaxy Tab 2 is coming out soon in both 7.0 inches and 10.1 inches. I originally thought these devices would be dead on arrival because they would cost too much. Well The Verge just reported the price of these two devices. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 will cost $250 and the Galaxy Tab 10.1…
The sequel to the Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, has a release date now for the United States – November 13th. It will only come in the 16 GB variety at first for $399. It is sad that it is no Galaxy Tab 7.7, but the main difference between the two devices is that…
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is finally available in Korea (the good one). Considering that Samsung is based in Korea, I imagine a lot of Koreans are upset that it took so long to release the super thin 10.1 inch tablet in their stores.
No point in fretting over the past though. You can buy a Galaxy Tab 10.1 in South Korea now. It will cost you 670,000 won ($634 USD).
Source: Korea Times
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.
Just after posting about the $399 Tab for Bell, I found out about this little number. Frys is offering the WiFi-Only Tab for only $350!
You can preorder it now at Frys.com. There is no word on when it will ship, but it is safe to say that it will ship sometime this week since there was a leak that the WiFi-only Tab would be available on April 4th.