Sprint outing the Samsung Galaxy Tab this fall, while T-Mobile will make its move in time for the Holidays

Sprint outing the Samsung Galaxy Tab this fall, while T-Mobile will make its move in time for the Holidays
If you've been wondering when is the Samsung Galaxy Tab going to be released by your carrier, we might have a few details that might just happen to grab your interest. Well, it's not to say that we're swimming in an informational pool here, but at least can tell you that Sprint will be looking to out Samsung's first tablet as soon as this fall (a bit of a flexible term if you ask us), while T-Mobile US will make its customers happy in time for the Holidays.

In the meantime, Verizon already announced that availability for its Galaxy Tab version is scheduled for the “coming weeks”. AT&T, on the other hand, is said to join the party sometime this Holiday season, similarly to T-Mobile. Honestly, we understand why AT&T is not in a hurry to launch this one – it already kind of has a tablet to offer in the form of the Apple iPad.

Of course, all versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab will have uber-cool features such as 1GHz Hummingbird SoC, Wi-Fi b/g/n, GPS, 3MP main camera, Android 2.2 with Flash Player 10.1 support and built-in Microsoft document viewer and editor for all those productivity freaks out there. How much is this going to cost you is still a mystery though, but we presume it won't be cheaper that your premium smartphone.

For those of you who would love to see PhoneArena's Samsung Galaxy Tab Hands-on from yesterday's announcement, what are you waiting for? Still not enough to satiate your thirst for the Galaxy Tab? See how the press-event went off then.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Preview

source: Sprint and T-Mobile


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