Hot on the heels of Sprint coming clean with its pricing details for the Samsung Galaxy Tab comes another revelation. This times, its from T-Mobile and it is much in the same light as its domestic rival Sprint. Same in the sense since T-Mobile too is offering the Galaxy Tab with a two year contract that will cost $399. However, the version without the contract will cost $50 more than what is on offer from Sprint so that the unsubsidized version from T-Mobile will set one back by $649.
However, its the latter that might have the going tough on account of it being firmly in iPad territory in spite of having a smaller form factor. Surely, its the extra features that the Galaxy Tab has full Flash 10.1 support, front and rear facing camera as well as twice the RAM as that on the iPad, to name just a few.
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