Samsung Galax Tab tablet/mobile, the Google Android powered iPad Killer, will be marketed to US consumers by US wireless carrier Sprint, for $399 on a two-year service agreement.
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Boy Genius Report, a technology news site reported that the Sprint version of the 7-inch tablet device is set to launch right around November 14 for $399 with a 2-year contract and $599 full retail, a source within Sprint has confirmed.
There are also reports that the Android tablet will land to all four major US carriers — Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile — this year. And because of the sheer so sheer availability as well as the continuously growing popularity of Android devices it could boost the sales of the device in this holiday season. Additionally, The USA Today,New York Times, and Wall Street Journal is gearing to offer apps for Samsung’s upcoming tablet PC.
The highly anticipated Samsung Galax Tab will run on Google’s Android 2.2 Froyo and it is pack with a 1.06 Ghz processor. It is also geared with a 3 megapixel back facing camera and a 1.3 MP camera for video conferencing. The device will also feature Samsung’s new Social Hub application and Augmented Reality navigation features.