Sprint's Galaxy Tab rumored at $399 with contract

Rumor has it that Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy Android tablet will be available November 14, and priced as low as $399 with a two-year contract.

The Galaxy Tab Android tablet by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Tab. Stephen Shankland/CNET

Update: CNET's full, rated review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is now available.

Those of you who have been waiting for some glimmer of hope in the tablet wars will be pleased to hear the latest rumor on the Samsung Galaxy Tab. A source tipped off Boy Genius Report that the Sprint version of the Tab will go on sale November 14 (better late than never).

More importantly, the pricing seems reasonable (though not inspiring), speculated at $399 with a two-year contract, or $599 without an agreement.

The rumor doesn't state which capacity you'll get for that price, but since the Tab uses a swappable microSD card for storage, it's arguably less of an issue than the iPad's fixed capacity.

We'll be curious to see how pricing and availability might differ for the other carriers who've agreed to sell the Galaxy Tab, including Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.

(via Boy Genius Report)

 

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