Samsung has reached out to the tablet fans in Canada with the 4G version of its Galaxy Tab 10.1. Local carriers Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, TELUS Mobility, Virgin Mobile, and Sasktel will be offering the tablet with pricing left to the individual telecom operators.
In that respect, Bell Mobility is offering a 3 year plan that involves shelling out $449.95. As of now, this is the only plan Bell has for the Tab 10.1, while the same from Telus comes at a cool $649.99.
Roger has a more sugar coated options as the Tab 10.1 from them comes for $349.99, which involves signing a three year contract. Similarly, for one and two year agreements, the Tab 10.1 will cost $449.99, $399.99. Rogers is also offering the unlocked version of the Samsung tablet for $679.99.
However, irrespective of the carrier you choose, the Android tablet will be unchanged in all respects. Its the same 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 pixel display, 1 GHz Tegra 2 dual core processor, 1 GB RAM, internal storage options of 16 or 32 GB. The operating system on board will be Android 3.1.
So until Toshiba comes up with its version of an ultra thin Android tablet, here is your chance to pick up the thinnest tablet available.
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