We are expecting Samsung to announce availability of their new Android tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab any day now. We have already seen some pricing details for the UK and Europe as well as some rumored pricing for the US.
We previously told you that the Samsung Galaxy Tab would cost around $200 to $400 in the US, when purchased with a mobile data contract, and now it looks like the Galaxy Tab may be headed to the three major US carriers.
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet will be available with Sprint, Verizon and AT&T in the US when it goes on sale, we are still waiting on an exact launch date, and hopefully that information should be available soon.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7 inch touchscreen WSVGA display and it comes with Android 2.2, it is also a fully functioning phone which will let you make and receive voice and video calls plus SMS, MMS and email.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab will feature a number of built in Google services, which includes Google Navigation, Google Goggles and Google Places, it also feature built in GPS, and it will come in two sizes 16GB and 32GB.
There are also two cameras on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a 3 megapixel camera on the back for taking photos, and a VGA video camera on the front for making video calls.
As soon as we get some confirmation on a launch date and some firm pricing details we will let you guys know.
via Slash Gear
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