The Enspert Identity Tab Android slate that took on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab in Korea earlier this year is apparently headed to the US, with the company claiming to have inked a deal with a major US carrier that will see the tablet priced at around $100. CMO Bobby Cha told the NYTimes that the Identity Tab will drop in the US at the end of the summer, with an unsubsidized retail price of under $350.

The existing version, available on South Korea’s KT network, has a 1GHz processor, 3-megapixel camera, 8GB of storage and a digital TV tuner. Final specs for the US version haven’t been announced, though a teaser site suggests it will be the updated E301 Identity Tab.