Samsung has changed their game plan to a “one for all” philosophy. First, their Galaxy S smartphone stormed all of the carriers in North America in some form or fashion. Now, Samsung has announced that they are taking the same approach with their much anticipated Galaxy Tab device in terms of carriers. Yes that means that AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon will be offering a version of the tablet. Right now, there are no details regarding pricing or subsidies of the device, but more will be known as we enter late October into early November.
Just in case you were wondering, the final specifications of the device were finalized a couple weeks ago in the press release and are stated to be:
The Galaxy Tab features a brilliant 7-inch enhanced TFT display screen, 1GHz Hummingbird Application processor supporting 3D graphics and smooth Web browsing and front and rear-facing cameras for video chat while on-the-go. The Galaxy Tab is powered by Android 2.2™, including full support for Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1. Just like the Galaxy S smart phones, the Galaxy Tab includes Samsung’s Social Hub application and the new Media Hub content service, offering a robust collection of premium movies and TV episodes from some of the biggest entertainment companies.
From what I have seen of this tablet, I am satisfied by its performance, but only time will tell as to whether or not it can compete in such an Apple-centric time.
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