Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Up for Preorder at $400 and $500


Retailer J&R has listed Samsung’s latest tablet – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus – for presale. Two configurations will be available. For $400 you’ll be getting the 16GB version of this baby, while the 32GB version will cost you $500. Sort of steep for this size but those who prefer smaller slates over the popular 10 inch variants or even Samsung’s 8.9 inch variant will appreciate it.

If you don’t remember, this tablet is the Honeycomb-laden followup to the original. With its price point and the fact that it has a made-for-tablets operating system, it should be a lot more successful than its predecessor.

The 7 inch display gives you 1024×600 resolution and beneath all that is a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 3 megapixel rear camera, a 2 megapixel front camera and a microSD card slot for expanded storage. We’re expecting these to be available later October/Early November. [Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]

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. I was hoping it would it would be in the $200 price range :| I hope the Tmobile Sprintboard is more within my price range.

  2. I know what I’m getting for Christmas :j

  3. I just got the flyer last night and love it. Let’s hope it gets honeycomb like this tablet.

  4. Severely OVERPRICED for a 7in tablet

    1. not as over priced as the ipad

      1. At least the iPad has a 9.7″ screen…This has only 7 inches. :P

  5. Eh if it was like 50 bucks cheaper I would get it guess I’m going with the 8.9 I hope it gets ICS

  6. What do you guys think should I got with the gtab 8.9 and hope it gets ICS or wait for the Nexus Prime I already have a thunderbolt and my upgrade is in March

  7. Still waiting for the Samsung 7.7″ Honeycomb tablet.

  8. Well, it looks like a great tablet, but is the slightly faster processor, Honeycomb and lighter form factor worth the 33% premium over the HTC Flyer? Not to me, HTC and BestBuy have finally figured out that these smaller tablets need to be significantly cheaper than the iPad and 10″ tablets. I personally think the 7″ form factor fits my usage pattern best, and the lighter the better, I just can’t see myself pulling the trigger on one of these, when I see the Flyer sitting there at $299.00.

  9. now i’m rethinking my tablet purchasing options when it comes to price…courtesy of the kindle fire and htc flyer…a laptop is at that price

  10. $400 sounds too steep for this tab (especially considering there won’t be the Super AMOLED Plus screen like the 7.7).

    Price it at $300 and it will sell! ;)

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