Samsung Officially Announces November 1st Availability of Galaxy Tab in UK


We heard November 1st thrown around a lot before today – Amazon (who we normally trust to provide accurate information) had it listed on their online storefront for the same day – but Samsung’s gone ahead and made it official. It’ll debut in the UK first, but no word on when other regions would be able to purchase it could be had. Everything else in the press release we’re referring to says nothing we don’t already know, but read on if you want more details on the features (which include a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, a 1GHz prcoessor, Android 2.2, a front-facing camera, and more.)



Android tablet device to hit the shops on 1st November 2010

Following last month’s global launch at IFA, Samsung Mobile today announces the Samsung Galaxy Tab (GT-P1000), will be available in UK stores from Monday 1st November.

Representing a new category of mobile products for the company, the Galaxy Tab features a 1GHz processor, Google’s Android 2.2, Froyo operating system, a front facing camera for video calls and a 7-inch TFT-LCD display. It can be used for everything from watching films and TV, viewing pictures, reading e-books and sharing documents, to talking to friends and colleagues via voice and video call, e-mail, instant messaging, SMS/MMS or social networking.

The light (380g) weight of the Samsung Galaxy Tab means it is extremely portable, with its dimensions easy to grip and use, it is perfectly sized for life on the go. Supporting the latest Adobe Flash Player 10.1, the device allows people to quickly and easily surf and view pages on the internet.

The ‘Readers Hub,’ Samsung’s unique e-reading application, provides easy access to a digital library, featuring everything from classical literature to the latest bestsellers and reference materials. In turn, films, videos and music are available via ‘Media Hub’ and ‘Music Hub’ applications, whilst all personal contact details, e-mail, calendar, social networking and instant messenger accounts, can be combined in the ‘Social Hub’.

Simon Stanford, Managing Director, Mobile, Samsung UK and Ireland said: “At Samsung we recognise consumers want to experience life without limits. The Samsung Galaxy Tab brings a very unique proposition to the tablet market and from 1st November, gives consumers the ultimate in connectivity and portability that they have been waiting for. It can be enjoyed by anyone – commuters, students, parents, businesses – who want to experience a complete range of entertainment, whether that be watching movies, listening to music, reading newspapers, or simply making a phone call plus much more besides.”

The Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available in the UK across all major networks, key high street and out of town electrical retailers and online such as Carphone Warehouse, Dixons Store Group and T-Mobile. The Galaxy Tab will be available on a range of attractive price packages, making it as widely accessible as possible to all consumers.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. US aint goin’ to be far behind, XMAS is coming.

    think i’m going to wait and see as i got ideas about the TAB in my lifestyle.

  2. let’s just hope the new north korean leader to be doesn’t nuke them ’til they export an ample amount.

  3. Now the big question ! How much will Samsung rape us for in cost. ??? I have a feeling this will be priced out of reality !!

  4. All for the low, low price of…harrumph, I’m sorry, Mr Buffett, ragamuffins like you are not welcome in the Samsung store.

  5. I, for one, will be boycotting Samsung products in the future. The have mishandled this Galaxy S rollout so badly I don’t want to ever deal with them again.

  6. I will totally get one of these…if they can make the wifi version 600 dollars or less. I think that’s the most I’d pay for it.

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