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AT&T is the last of the big four carriers to announce pricing and availability for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Already available for T-Mobile and coming to Verizon and Sprint over the next few days, the Galaxy Tab carries an off-contract in the price range of $599-$649 which is exactly where AT&T’s looks to end up.
Consider this more of a courtesy reminder, but T-Mobile is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet runs $399 with a two-year service agreement, $599 if you chose to buy it outright.
Following the release of their Archos 43 internet tablet yesterday, Archos has just dropped the new 7-inch model in their store. The 8GB Archos 70 tablet runs Android 2.2 and retails for a very reasonable $279.99.
In case you haven’t picked up on it yet, it’s Galaxy Tab week. Yet another carrier has come out to formally announce they will be offering the 7-inch, Android 2.2 tablet. The latest to add their name to the growing list of providers is U.S. Cellular.
As expected, Sprint has officially announced the Android-based Galaxy Tab for November 14th. The carrier has just issued a press release which says the 7-inch tablet will debut with a
Android Central has come into possession of a leaked internal Sprint document which tips the launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Tab for November 14th.
DigiTimes is reporting on Android tablets yet again. According to their sources, Google recently notified their partners that Android 3.0 will be completed and tablet samples will start arriving in December.
CherryPal has announced their new 7-inch Android 2.1-powered CherryPad today. Rather than setting their sites on the iPad and trying to take it on, CherryPal sees more benefit in the
South Korean handset maker LG Electronics Inc said yesterday that they were calling off plans to launch an Android 2.2 tablet. According to an unnamed official, Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ is not the best platform for them to launch their first tablet on.
There’s not a great deal to go on at this point, but a recent Digitimes article tells us that HTC plans to throw their hat in the tablet ring. According
Samsung isn’t the only company announcing Android tablets today. Toshiba just dropped the Android 2.2-powered Folio 100 on the world. The specs read like a strong device, with its 1024
Get used to seeing a bunch of Android tablet rumors and announcements. They are not going anywhere anytime soon. Like the state of handsets a year ago, the future of
Koreans are celebrating the release of an Android tablet this week, and no, it’s not the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Nope, this one is called the “Identity TAB” and it features a 1GHz Snapdragon chip (of course), and boasts 8GB of internal memory.
Next week is going to be a momentous occasion in the world of Android. Samsung is poised to unveil the first true iPad challenger with their GALAXY Tab. No longer
As we head into next week’s IFA, we’re getting the sense that Android may grab a decent share of headlines. We just mentioned that Archos will be in attendance, showing off their upcoming product line and now it’s Toshiba time. Look for the electronics giant to debut their 10-inch Android tablet, the Smartpad.