With a full spec sheet already revealed, all that's really left to figure out about Samsung
's Galaxy Tab is when it will be released and how much scratch should potential buyers save up. Thanks an internal T-Mobile
document floating around the Web, we can answer one of those questions for you.
According to the slide, team Magenta will carry the Galaxy Tab for $399, provided you agree to a 2-year service contract and don't mind playing the mail-in-rebate dance (for $50). Otherwise, the full price runs $650, which is a little bit higher than we would have hoped.
In case you need a refresher, the Galaxy Tab sports a 7-inch screen with the same 1024x600 resolution as the 9.7-inch iPad. It also boasts 16GB of storage (upgradeable via a microSD card slot), Android 2.2 (and that means native Flash 10.1 support), a 1GHz processor, 1.3MP front facing camera, 3.2MP rear facing camera, HDMI out (via a Dock), and both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.
Anyone planning on grabbing one of these?