We are just about on Samsung Galaxy overload here, and while we are looking forward to finding out the official pricing — here are a few other remaining bits of information. Some of these are good and some are not so good. Either way, they are what they are.
- Samsung will release a Wi-Fi only version of the Galaxy Tab and similar to the carrier announcements, this model is also “coming soon.” In terms of pricing, nothing yet, though given this is also going to be subsidized with the carriers, expect to pay a decent sum for the privilege of having no contract.
- The Sprint branded version is not going to be like the Epic 4G. In other words, no 4G capable Galaxy Tab is coming. Instead the Sprint Galaxy Tab will be just like the other carrier models — with 3G.
- The US version of the Galaxy Tab is not going to have any voice support and while that is slightly disappointing at least we will not have to worry about seeing anyone with the 7-inch Galaxy Tab held up to their head chatting.
With that, we are still waiting for carrier pricing. Anyone ready to make a purchase?