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Saturday, October 30, 2010

T-Mobile slaps $400 price tag on Samsung's Galaxy Tab

Deutsche Telekom-owned T-Mobile USA has this week whipped the covers off the Galaxy Tab, becoming the first U.S. telecommunications company to carry Samsung's touch-screen tablet computer.

Core specifications connected to the Galaxy Tab include version 2.2 of Google's Android operating system, the 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird processor, a 7.0-inch WSVGA display (1024 x 600), a multi-touch interface, 16GBs of internal memory, and up to eight hours of single charge operation.

Other contributing aspects include memory expansion via microSD (up to 32GBs), video chat support thanks to a front-facing 1.3 mega-pixel camera and a rear-facing 3.0 mega-pixel camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and support for Adobe Flash 10.1 and the SWYPE virtual keyboard.

Available from November 10 through the T-Mobile online store and walk-in outlets, the Galaxy Tab will be carried via the company's “super-fast” HSPA+ broadband network. It will also include support for Samsung Media Hub, Qik Video Chat, Kindle for Android, and Slacker Radio.

Attached to a two-year service contract, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will cost $400 USD through T-Mobile—after a $50 USD mail-in rebate—undercutting the recent $600 USD purchase price announced by Verizon Wireless


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