Our European friends got first crack at pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets that were announced last week, and now it’s the United States’ turn. Samsung has announced that pre-sales for the devices will begin starting tomorrow, June 17th.
The WiFi-only 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch editions are $400 and $500 respectively, and should be up on Samsung’s site by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. Samsung is also planning to sell the tablet at Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, PC Richard & Sons and more, so check with those retailers to see what their respective pre-sale plans are.
As for the 4G LTE models for all four major carriers? Those won’t be available to buy just yet, though we’re sure each carrier will share availability information as soon as they’re ready. Look for the WiFi models to arrive in July, and if you need a taste of what you’re in store for you can check out our video hands-on straight from Samsung’s unveiling event.
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- Check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.