A 10 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab
In an interesting development, a 10 inch device show cased at the Samsung camp at the on going FPD International trade show in Japan has led rumor mills going overboard in claiming it to be the 10 inch version of the Galaxy Tab. The highlight of the alleged 10 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab is its 10.1 inch LCD display panel that features a super thin construction, measuring just 1.8 mm in thickness. The display right now can boast of a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, 250 nits of brightness while also covering more than 50 percent of the NTSC color gamut. However, the particular LCD panel does not look to reach production ready status within the next 2 to 3 years though its only next year that we have been assured of a 10 inch Galaxy Tab.
T-Mobile reveals Galaxy tab pricing
Also, here is one more way of getting your hands on the popular Samsung tablet – walk into any T-Mobile store that is currently offering the Galaxy Tab and walk out with the thing. But of course, not before you have parted with $599 of your hard earned money, the cost of the Android tablet in its unlocked and sim free state. Also, things will be a lot more easy on your pockets if you don’t mind bringing home the tablet with a T-Mobile sim already pre-loaded. Price then will come down to $399 for a two year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. And if you think that’s still a bit too heavy on your pockets, well T-Mobile has devised a way out for that as well. For the 7 inch tablet can also be availed of at a quite affordable monthly payment of $30 after a one time down payment of $250.
Galaxy Tab launched in Nigeria
The Android Froyo has popped up on the Nigerian tech scene with Etisalat as the carrier of choice. The tablet will come bundled with a convenient data plan which involves 25 minutes of free voice calls, 25 free SMS as well as 250 megabyte of free data usage every month for 12 months. All Galaxy Tab users will be credited with the service on the first day of every month though they will have to use up every month’s resources within the month itself as users won’t have the option to carry over any of the free bundle services to the next month.
The Galaxy Tab is now available in all Etisalat experience centers and marks the 7 inch Samsung tablet’s first foray in the African continent.
Galaxy Tab pricing in Singapore revealed
The Galaxy Tab will start appearing in Singapore markets from November 13 onwards and Singtel, the official carrier partner has come up with the pricing structure. So any one eager to pick up one of these 7 inch tablets can have it free of cost provided they agree to a S$95 a month data plan that will let them have 500 minutes of call time along with 12 GB of data usage. However, those who’d like to buy the Froyo tablet will have to shell out S$538 that comes bundled with a S$39 a month data plan which offers 12 GB of data usage along with 100 minutes of talk time. With the S$39 a month data plan, users get 12 GB of data usage along with 200 minutes of talk time. All users in all the three plans will get 500 free local SMS.