Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G LTE Shipping 7/26


The long road to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 on Verizon may be nearing an end. OK, so it wasn’t really that long of a road, but after pre-orders opened up there has been little word on when the 4G LTE version of the tablet would actually hit store shelves. If the shipping date accompanying recent pre-orders is any indications, the Galaxy Tab 4G LTE could be in stores next week. July 26th is the date the slate is said to ship, so expecting it in stores by the middle of the week doesn’t sound unrealistic. Combine that with a Verizon statement during their Q2 earnings call saying the Galaxy Tab will be out by the end of the month and I think we have a pretty good idea of what’s going on here.

[via DroidLife]

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  1. ok cool so what about gtab 8.9???

    1. That’s what I’ve been holding out for… the 7″ doesn’t have enough screen, and the 10 is too bulky.

  2. Wake me up when Xoom 3G owners can get the upgrade to LTE. Still waiting Verizon / Motorola…

    1. I’m waiting as well. I wonder if we can make the case to VZW to swap our 3G Xoom for the Galaxy?

  3. The problem with getting ANY tablet from a Verizon, is the rumor that the new 9″ android tablet from Amazon will include FREE 3G, just like the Kindle. No $20-$80 a month charge for data… no, its not 4G, but it will be a hell of deal if it turns out to be true. October can’t come soon enough.

    1. Yeah, don’t know where the rumor came from but that just can’t be true. Downloading an e-book is a little bit different than a full blown tablet. Also (and I could be wrong), but doesn’t the 3G Kindle use Edge and not actually 3G?

  4. I’m glad they started shipping the Wi-Fi only version first, rather than the more expensive 3G/4G versions, like Motorola did.

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