Naturally, this bodes well for the internationally successful Android powered smartphone since it's very well on its way to being one of the world's most popular handset. At the same time, Samsung's presence in the Japanese market will be strengthened with the addition of these two devices.
NTT DoCoMo is planning to release the Samsung Galaxy S some time towards the end of this month, while the Galaxy Tab will thankfully be ready in time for late November as opposed to the previous rumored time frame of March. However, pricing for either of the two devices have yet to become publicly known.
Japanese consumers will be happy to know that the Galaxy S will be equipped out of the box with Android 2.2 so they can instantly absorb all of the fine offerings it has to offer. Hardware wise, nothing has really changed since they both pack the assortment of internals that we've been accustomed to seeing.
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