AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Tab is confirmed to launch November 21st
Better late than never, it still easily manages to arrive within the scheduled time frame of being available in time for the holidays. Although there is still going to be some wait to be done for AT&T customers, especially when the iPad is a considerable alternative, there is no concrete word to confirm its pricing. So far, we've heard that it would be flaunting a $649 price tag without a contract – which definitely could be considered to be steep versus the competition with the iPad.
Unless we officially get word, the pricing can always change suddenly to make it even more competitive – we'd bet that AT&T customers are hopeful for that.