We did expect the Samsung Galaxy Tab to have a grand launch, but we didn’t know it would be this good.
According to a recent report by WSJ, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will apparently be available with three major US carriers – Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel and AT&T. It will be officially launched in the US on September 16.
The Galaxy Tab, though more expensive than the iPad, will retail in the $200 – $300 price range with a contract. The Apple iPad is available only with AT&T and isn’t subsidized at all.
In Europe, the Galaxy Tab will be available with Vodafone and will be priced at around â‚¬699 for the unsubsidized version.
Samsung aims to ship more than 10 million tablets by the end of 2011. The Galaxy Tab, which was unveiled at IFA 2010, Berlin runs Android 2.2 Froyo with the TouchWiz UI and has a 7 inch capacitive touchscreen display with a 1 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM.