Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMA version snapped

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Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMA version snapped
With a Samsung Galaxy S handset soon to be offered by each of the top 4 carriers in the U.S., it looks like the Korean based manufacturer has similar plans for its tablet. The Galaxy Tab pictured below is a CDMA model which we can differentiate from the GSM version because of a sticker on the side of the unit.

With prototypes of both tablets out in the wind, getting photographed and meeting fans, at least one person is extremely impressed with the product. Writing in iAndroid, a forum dweller by the name of doronbh says that the Galaxy Tab, which is expected to be launched with Android 2.2 under the hood, has very strong speakers and a GPS that works slowly, but it does work. Flash runs like "a dream" on the tablet which he says is a serious contender for the iPad.

As we reported, Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy Tab this Thursday at the IFA show in Berlin. Hopefully we will learn more information on the tablet such as launch date and price. The CDMA sticker on the side of the tablet in the picture answers some of our other questions.

source: iAndroid (Translated)



1. phone333

Posts: 331; Member since: Feb 04, 2009

Galaxy Tap CDMA+4G FTW !

2. ekoandrew

Posts: 8; Member since: Jul 08, 2010

Wish they will release a Non-Mobile version. Just plain Wifi, for people who does not want to pay for Data Plans.

4. guestbciamlazy unregistered

ekoandrew, yeah it's called purchase full retail, then y ou don't need to activate it on a carrier... OR, upgrade on a line, and switch it to a phone plan... like family share 9.99, then just use the embedded wifi only. You CAN Turn the Wireless Radio off and just use WLAN on bascially any android device and use it as a tiny tablet.

3. ZaY

Posts: 11; Member since: Jan 25, 2010

Sprint!!!!! Plz

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