The Samsung Galaxy Tab is going to be one of the first mainstream competitors to the Apple iPad, so if your jittery with excitement for the arrival of this tablet you should know that T-Mobile will be the first place to get your grubby little fingers on one.
T-Mobile recently announced the Android powered device will hit both their online and store shelves on November 10th. The mobile carrier will be offering the device for as low as $399.99 with a 2-year contract. T-Mobile's release will be followed closely by Verizon, with a November 11th release and a price of $599.99 without a contract. Additionally, it'll hit Sprint on Nov. 14th, and US Cellular on Nov. 19th. As far as AT&T goes, the device is coming sometime before the holidays, but we're not sure about a date yet, we'll keep tabs and let you guys know the official release date as soon as we hear it.
The Galaxy Tab has been known around the web as a possible iPad-killer. But considering the iPad's already large customer base, and its long-line-inducing Verizon release, it's hard to believe the Galaxy can achieve the same success as the iPad.
So what's your take? Are you going to jump on this tablet as soon as it hits T-Mobiles shelves? Will you wait to see what other carriers offering? Or do you think the Galaxy Tab is already doomed to the hellish pit of sales-fail? Join the Geek! community and share your thoughts in the comment section below!