With Sprint and T-Mobile already having spilled the beans with their launch schedules as well as the pricing structure of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, it’s now Verizon’s turn to come up with its part of the story. Rumor has it that the Galaxy Tab with the Verizon stamp on it might be coming on to the big scene on the 1st of November. This is interesting, for if this turns out to be true, it will be on the same day as the Galaxy Tab is pegged to break cover in the UK. Also, if the Galaxy Tab comes out on the 1st of November, it will be a good 2 weeks ahead of the Sprint or T-Mobile version of the Galaxy Tab.
While all of this is still without official word coming from Verizon to either deny or confirm, the thing that is indeed true is that an early November release of the Galaxy Tab in the US will provide Verizon with the much needed head-start to ensure it remains ahead in not only the great tablet race that’s currently dominated by the iPad but also from its domestic rivals namely AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile.
Another speculation is that the $399 price point that both Sprint or T-Mobile have agreed upon might also ring true at Verizon, though things might differ with how the unsubscribed version of the 7 inch tablet is priced.
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