Samsung Galaxy Tab in India, this October ?

One of the iPad competitor Samsung Galaxy Tab is expected to reach india very soon. It has created so much expectation with its open source operating system Android. Basically the android powered devices have started to reserve a good place among the internet and mobile users crowd. iPad  has created huge expectation and not fit in the budget of many, especially for indians. For those, who are in india and love to hear about the latest update about samsung galaxy tab, then here comes.,

Today, samsung hub a famous blog that gives update regarding samsung products made a note that NDTV claims that the samsung galaxy tab will be released in india by this october and the price is somewhat closer to the Apple iPad basic model.

We were certain about Samsung launching Galaxy Tab in India but could it be this early? NDTV is claiming that Samsung will unveil its Android tablet next month and will go for anything in between Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 40,000.

via [Samsung Hub]

Galaxy Tab is Samsung’s first Android tablet that features 1GHz processor, 7-inch Super TFT screen, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, phone functionality, 3MP rear camera with 1.3MP front-facing camera, full HD video playback, microSD card slot and 4000mAh battery.

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  1. Anything about that $35 tablet PC? When is it supposed to launch? Can we purchase it from Bangladesh? Answers to this question will be very much helpful for me.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog, by the way.

  2. The brand new samsung galaxy tab looks awesome it seems that every company now has it’s own Computer tablet. i haven’t made up my mind weather to get a ipad tablet or some other tab. But i’ve got to admit that the Samsung is pritty seductive. Jake from the England

    1. Expected to be launched by december end or january 2011. And the price seems equal to Apple iPad hence it got negative reviews overall when it comes to price.

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