You may not be aware of this, but Samsung actually hasn’t released a WiFi model of their popular Galaxy Tab device yet, although they are currently planning to do so soon. The device is set to be revealed at CTIA 2011 this month, but we may have the key information already for you.
That information has apparently surfaced from a Samsung representative, according to Droid-Life, as they have uploaded an image of a document which reveals the launch date for the WiFi model and also the price as well at retailers.
If the details are correct (we’re assuming they are), then the WiFi Galaxy Tab will be available on April 4th, priced at $399 which is pretty reasonable. Don’t forget though that this is the 1st gen Galaxy Tab we’re talking about, not the recently announced Galaxy Tab 10.1 which will be coming with a 1GHz dual-core processor.
The 7-inch will come with outdated specs such as Android 2.2 Froyo and a 1 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, unlike the 10.1 which comes with a dual-core chip as we mentioned above, and also Android 3.0 Honeycomb on top of other hardware delights.
How many of you are willing to pay $399 for the WiFi model with those kind of specs though? Samsung are also planning to unveil the Galaxy Tab 8.9 as well, so they are certainly keeping busy.
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