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Monday, 06 September 2010 08:42

Samsung Galaxy Tab to be cheaper in the USA

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Between US $200 and $400

It was previously reported that it will show up in Europe with an incredible price tag of €699 and €799 in Europe, but it looks like US consumers will have more luck as it will be available for between US $200 and $400, depending on which source you follow. It looks like Europe is out of luck when it comes to Samsung's Galaxy Tab, and honestly we are not surprised.

According to the Wall Street Journal who paraphrased one of Samsung's executives, Samsung Galaxy Tab should cost between US $200 and US $300 depeding on the carrier subsidies, while Korea Times suggests a US $300-400 price tag. In any case, both of these "predictions" end up way below the incredible €699 and €799 price tag that Samsung planned for Europe.

On a similar note, UK Vodafone has posted a "coming soon" sign for the Galaxy Tab, so we can expect to see more pretty "soon".

You can find more info here.


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