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Samsung Galaxy Tab on sale from November 10 at $399, T-Mobile wins the race

T-Mobile and Samsung are soon going to release the Android powered Samsung Galaxy Tab from November 10 at $399 . This means that T-Mobile is going far ahead of Verizon and Sprint who are also going to bring out the phone but not before November 10. Verizon is going to bring it out just a day after and Sprint brings it for the customers on November 14.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7-inch WSVGA TFT display, 1GHz Hummingbird processor with 3D GPU, Android 2.2 with Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Wi-Fi Wireless-N connectivity. There's also a 3-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. In addition to this there is a pre-loaded Asphalt5 HD demo.


The most interesting feature of Samsun Galaxy Tab is that it will offer a vast collection of critically acclaimed films and TV programs for rent or purchase under the section of Samsung Media Hub. It can also be remembered in this context that the phone will have the service of renting or purchasing films and other program from very reputed companies and entertainment labels like MTV Networks, MBC Universal, Paramount and Warner Brothers.


There is the feature of the Qik video chat which enables users to video chat over Wi-Fi. The Kindle for Android application lets customers shop for hundreds of thousands of books in the Kindle Store, including New York Times Best Sellers and new releases from $9.99. Using Amazon's Whispersync technology, customers can automatically synchronize the last page read, bookmarks, annotations, and more across multiple devices.


Moreover, the slate runs under Google's Android 2.2 OS. Naturally it supports various services from the Internet, as well as applications that can be downloaded from the Android Market. Samsung Galaxy Tab also comes with email, messaging and social networking features, as well as with enhanced multimedia capabilities.


While T-Mobile is going to provide the handset at a price of at $399, Verizon who will be selling the handset from November 11 will offer it at a price of $599 and Sprint will be selling it at a price of $399 with a two year contract.