T-Mobile gets only a slim headstart against rival carriers Verizon, Sprint and U.S. Cellular, which will all release the Tab in the coming days. Still, T-Mobile’s pricing remains the same as that of Sprint and US Cellular, which is set at $400 with a two-year data plan. Verizon’s plan is charging $600 for the Galaxy Tab with a month-to-month data contract.
Samsung has relentlessly hyped the Tab since the Froyo-sporting device was unveiled late last summer. Specs include a LCD capacitive screen, an A8 ARM 1 GHz Cortex processor, a PowerVR SGX540 graphic accelerator and 16 GB of internal memory with additional microSD card slot. In addition to 3G, it supports Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0.
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