A small mobile virtual network operator, CREDO Mobile, has sent over word that they will begin selling their first ever tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, sometime in September.
The announcement didn't offer much in terms of details, saying only that the tablet will be offered in black and will have a price of $299. CREDO Mobile's device use Sprint's network. The company's main claim to fame is that they uses their revenues from their mobile phone, and soon tablet, sales to help fund a number of charitable causes. Their website claims that they have raised $76 million for non-profit groups since the company started in 1985 under the name Working Assets.
What do you think of CREDO Mobile entering the tablet business with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0?
Source: CREDO Mobile