The 10.1 inch Galaxy Note that was announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. It was announced with very similar specs to the 5.3 inch Galaxy Note phone. They both have a 1280 x 800 display, 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos processor, 1 GB of RAM, and a S-Pen.
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 title pretty much says it all. Sunday October 2nd the Wi-Fi version Galaxy Tab 8.9 will be available in the United States. There will be both the 16 GB and 32 GB models for $469 and $569 respectively.
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