We already know that Samsung is going to launch Galaxy Tab in September at IFA Berlin. But now, we are also hearing Vodafone will be the one getting the device in UK.
According to Engadget today, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android-powered tablet is heading to the mobile networks, which will be bundling the mystery tablet together with data tariffs.
We can expected Samsung launching the 3G version of the tablet in UK soon after its release in Germany.
The Samsung Galaxy Tablet was first revealed to the public sometime ago by a Samsung South Africa PR rep – and since then we’ve heard various rumors about the tablet and seen some sightings of it, allegedly. However, no news about the tablet actually coming out, however.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 is expected to arrive with a 7-inch Super-AMOLED screen, powered by a 1.2-GHz-Cortex A8-Prozessor, running Android 2.2, dual cameras [front and rear], and support for 3G, GPS and Wi-Fi.