Verizon just dropped the price of their Samsung Galaxy Tab last week (most likely to make way for their 4G-enabled model), and it looks like Sprint is following suit. The Galaxy Tab is now listed on Sprint’s site at $299 with a new contract or for $499 without one. Those numbers fall slightly more in line with what we had originally hoped, but the drop in price might be too little, too late.
With a Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab announced at CES, the aforementioned 4G variant, and new Honeycomb tablets such as Verizon’s Motorola Xoom and T-Mobile’s LG-made G-Slate, desire for the first Android tablet to do things right will surely wane, regardless of how low it gets priced.
[via Android and Me]