The newest OTA news happens to be coming not from a smartphone, but from Sprint’s recently released Galaxy Tab. According to the guys over at Android Central, users of the device were prompted with system update MR0 DJ30.
So, you’re interested in the Galaxy Tab tablet device for Verizon. You saw our review of the device for T-Mobile, and now, since you’re choosing Verizon as your carrier of choice for your tablet needs, you want to see
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is available in the US already on T-Mobile and Verizon, and soon AT&T and Sprint, but Canadians aren’t so lucky- they haven’t even got an official pricing of the famed 7-inch tablet.
Sprint Premier members have today received a lovely little message in their inbox, one that included a giant image of a Samsung Galaxy TAB staring back at them with a price tag of $399.99, free shipping, and pre-order goodness.
Joining both Verizon and T-Mobile, AT&T is now rumored to be set to launch the Galaxy Tab on their network November 21st. In a leaked training document it’s not only revealed that the potential launch date is the 21st,
With the majority of the big news outlets already on the Android devices, but the Wall Street Journal happened to be missing from the group. Well it has now come to the Android platform in the form of the Galaxy Tab. Looks like
We first heard about the WiFi only Galaxy Tab a few months back. Being the perfect option for many who do not want to be tied to a carrier and are willing to pay a higher price, it made many people excited. However, since then,
The Samsung Galaxy Tab has officially landed into people hands. Although it’s not available in the United States, yet- it’s overseas adoption has been very strong. One of the highest rated tablets, it’s 7-inch
If you have been considering a Galaxy Tab or Samsung Continuum and would like some hands-on time with with either one, now is your chance – with a dummy unit at least.
Samsung has just updated it’s YouTube page with a new contest allowing users to participate for one of 100 Samsung Galaxy Tabs. The idea of the contest is simple. Create a video sharing what freedom means to you.