There you go folks, the latest mobile carrier to officially announce the availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab happens to be T-Mobile. True to previous rumors, T-Mobile is indeed releasing this much publicized Android tablet come November 10th. And for how much? $399 under a two-year T-Mobile data contract. Other terms of the deal requires you to shell out $35 activation fee to get this tablet running once it lands on your lap.
With this announcement, T-Mobile will officially be the first carrier to make the Samsung Galaxy Tab available to Android-tablet-hungry customers. Verizon previously announced that it will be releasing the tablet on November 11. Sprint on the other hand will unleash it on November 14.
Since we’ve pretty much covered the Samsung Galaxy Tab in previous news, by now we guess that you’ve probably learn so much about what this Android tablet is capable of doing based on its specs and features. But if you insist, this is how T-Mobile is marketing the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Some of its salient features include – a 7-inch multi-touch screen, Samsung Media Hub support, Slacker Radio support, preloaded Asphalt5 HD game demo, Flash support, and Qik Video Chat.
So what is it going to be? From which carrier are you getting your Samsung Galaxy Tab?