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Samsung has finally announced the UK availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the tablet will hit shops on Monday 1st November and will be available on all major networks.
The Galaxy Tab will be sold by Carphone Warehouse, Dixons Store Group and T-Mobile aswell as “key high street and out of town electrical retailers and online”. It is thought that the Galaxy Tab will be sold both unlocked and on subsidized contracts for consumers who wish to buy the tablet device without heavy upfront costs.
For those who don’t know much about the Samsung Galaxy Tab, it features a 1GHz processor, Android 2.2, Froyo operating system, a front facing camera for video calls and a 7-inch TFT-LCD display. It will weigh 380g, supports Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and will come with ‘Media Hub’ and ‘Music Hub’ applications, whilst all personal contact details, e-mail, calendar, social networking and instant messenger accounts, can be combined in the ‘Social Hub’.
Simon Stanford, Managing Director, Mobile, Samsung UK and Ireland said:
“At Samsung we recognise consumers want to experience life without limits. The Samsung Galaxy Tab brings a very unique proposition to the tablet market and from 1st November, gives consumers the ultimate in connectivity and portability that they have been waiting for. It can be enjoyed by anyone – commuters, students, parents, businesses – who want to experience a complete range of entertainment, whether that be watching movies, listening to music, reading newspapers, or simply making a phone call plus much more besides.”
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