Galaxy Tab to be launched in China in mid December
Total sales figure of the Samsung Galaxy Tab that has already crossed the half million figure mark comprehensively will get further impetus after its planned launch in China during mid December. Its not that the Galaxy Tab is not available in that country. Samsung’s official website has already been selling the popular Android tablet from November 18 onwards though its has been the unlocked sim free version that don’t come cheap and is expected to continue till the 5th of December only.
However, that’s going to change now with telecom provider China Unicom coming into the scene as it is expected to throw in some subsidies to make the Galaxy Tab offer all the more palatable. More so since the iPad has already present in the market and a price advantage against the Apple tablet will surely make the Galaxy Tab gain mass acceptance. No pricing details or exact availability dates have been revealed so far.
Telstra launches the Galaxy Tab in Australia
Tesltra has gone ahead with its plans to launch the Samsung Froyo tablet in Australia just in time to make holiday shopping all the more interesting. On offer or various data plans like the 24-month Telstra Data+ Cap Plans or can be purchased outright in a sim free state for $840.
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