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Galaxy Tab 10.1 at Best Buy

We're a little more than a week away from the June 8 launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (and the 8.9-inch version as well), and that means it's just about time for retailers to get their acts together. First out of the gate is Best Buy, which has just listed the Android 3.1 (guess it's going to launch with the update) tablet on its website as "coming soon" -- which, as we all know, it is.

Best Buy doesn't list pricing, but we figure it should be in line with the $499/$599 16- and 32-gigabyte versions mentioned back at CTIA in March. Just a few more days, folks.

Source: Best Buy; More: Galaxy Tab forumsThanks, Adam!

 
There are 18 comments

moosc says:

hope every one jumps on the ipad2 clone. guess when u have no ideas on your own you go and clone someone else's.

itch808 says:

I keep forgetting how apple created the rectangular slab and made it their own.

uansari1 says:

Hah..hater. Enjoy your heavier, less powerful, less functional pad, complete with lcd bleeding.

jerbear says:

Meh...I had a tablet PC back in 2003. A similar troll could bring up how Apple just waited around until they could make the same thing with less powerful hardware in a thinner form factor...but it would be a stupid remark.

Tech isn't about firsties. It's a constant evolution. Apple is one of many companies who is always working to add this or that improvement in order to move more product. This is no different.

kagenish says:

i agree

briankurtz79 says:

Ios 5 is rumored to be integrating widgets and a new notification system. They must have thought that up all on their own. Kinda like copy and paste!!! Hahaha!!!!!

jdm4u says:

No no, Samsung didn't clone the iPad 2. What they did is saw the iPad 2, then they made something better. If it was a clone it would have the same specs, but it doesn't, it has better specs, a thinner body and better camera's.

moo53 says:

Where is the pre-sale, I'm ready to get my order on.

Again, it says with 3.1, and no TouchWiz...

kagenish says:

i'm hoping it comes with TouchWiz 4.0

StuRoid says:

Samsung seem a little confused and not sure if they do or don't want to put Touchwiz on this thing. The picture seems to display Stock HC but in the description down below definitely says Touchwiz with Live Panel....unless they have toned down their Touchwiz additions with 3.1?

http://www.samsung.com/us/article/the-next-generation-of-galaxy-tabs

cliffy says:

Sweet! I’m sooo buying this the first the first day it comes out. Got my $480 Best Buy gift card and taking the day off from work…

mykpfsu says:

Still lists the screen as TFT. I thought it was supposed to have a newer tech. Otherwise its not any better than my Transformer, yet $100 more (most likely).

cliffy says:

Samsung’s official website lists the 10.1v’s display as: 10.1” 1280*800 (WXGA) TFT, so I’d say that the Best Buy listing is probably accurate for the 10.1.

Menru says:

It has a PLS screen, which is a slightly improved version of IPS - 10.1” WXGA (1280x800) TFT(PLS)- from the IO Tab specs. Don't confuse it with the 10.1v though, which doesn't have PLS.

f1n3b01 says:

what about the 3G version?!

RnFstRuckHrd says:

When I first heard about the wifi version release date I thought the same thing... but then I remembered that I have an HTC Evo (running CM7) with hotspot capability AND an unlimited data plan begging to be utilized AND I live/work in a 4G coverage area. Cannot wait for this. Now. the only question I have is.... when will Otterbox start making cases for this tab!?!?!

StuRoid says:

I'm really looking forward to the 8.9 but as far as I'm aware there has never been a release date set for it...when it was announced they said 8 June for the 10.1 and then later in the summer release of the 8.9.

Really hope the 8.9 gets same release as 10.1 cos them I'm going to have to find someone to ship one of them suckers over to London :)