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07.09.2010 18:46 Age: 4 yrs
Category: new notebook models
By: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika

Samsung: The Samsung Galaxy Tab might act pricey in Europe

Price ranges are released in Europe for Galaxy Tab and all set for Vodafone

When Samsung Galaxy Tab was launched, it was seen as one of the rivals of Apple’s iPad. Now the price figures are out for European region, which could be more than that in the US. Samsung executive said in a statement for the Wall Street Journal that the slate could cost in between $200 and $400 in Europe depending on subsidies by the carriers. Meanwhile, inputs given by some other Samsung bigwig like The Korean Times also hinted that the Galaxy Tab would be priced at $300 to $400, costing slightly more than Galaxy S smartphone. We are already apprised of the prices of the Galaxy S, which is expected to cost around $200 for the buyers in the US when it gets released in the coming months, somewhat less than Sprint’s Epic 4G at $250. With the increasing number of gadgets being rolled out from time to time, the buyers are having a hard time deciding which one to buy.

Among the related news, Vodafone has also shown interest for Galaxy Tab, posted Galaxy Tab as “coming soon”.

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