Will Verizon Be The First US Carrier To Offer Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?


A tipster over at Droid-Life has supplied pictures from a Verizon inventory system showing what could very well be the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for Verizon. The leaked pics show a SCH-I905 model number and even though the WiFi certification is listing the device as some sort of a phone, the actual Verizon system is listing it as a tablet device. We can also see clearly that it will be running Andriod 3.0 Honeycomb which most of us Android nerds know is reserved for tablets only.

This upcoming tablet will be available as a Verizon 4G LTE device and will come in a variety of flavors like black or white, 16GB or 32GB and I would assume a WiFi only option as well. Samsung has a big press event planned for May 26th and no doubt we’ll be getting more info on this mysterious tablet then.

After seeing our unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy Tab given away to Google I/O attendees, are you guys are excited about to finally get your hands on one?

[Via Droid-Life]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1.  still no galaxy S 2…..

    1.  Agree how about they announce that who cares about all these tablets.


      1. drop verizon its what i did and im not lookng back 

  2.  I highly doubt it.

  3. This would be so awesome. Returning my XOOM to Costco!

    1. Don’t like the XOOM? We have an iPad, but Dad doesn’t get to see much of it anymore, well ever really. The Galaxy may be something that I could deal with and may be better for work also? 

  4. I’m in for sure a long as it’s 4G.

  5. No microSD, HDMI, USB. Why bother? Save yourself $100 and get an Asus Transformer instead. Or add $50 and get an Asus Transformer with keyboard dock, 2 USB ports and 16 hours of battery life.

    1. With a 32GB option, who needs microSD, and I believe it has HDMI out over the USB port…

      1. No USB port as I already mentioned. It has a port that looks like PDMI but I think is proprietary. It’s not confirmed that there will be a HDMI adapter for that port either. 32GB might be fine for a phone but if you like watching HD movies and have a big music collection, 32GB is not going to get you far at all. It’s an Android tablet with all the connectivity options of an iPad. Nice one, Samsung!

        1. Google Music pretty much eliminates the need to store much of your music locally.

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