Let's not beat around the bush here: The Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tab (seen above as the Samsung P1 Tablet) is coming Nov. 14, according to the inventory spreadsheet that just hit our inbox. That's seven inches of Android tablet goodness, a 1GHz processor, and all the bells and whistles we saw during our hands-on with the Galaxy Tab back in August.
What we still don't know: Pricing, and whether Sprint will rig up any sort of cool Wimax tethering-case deal like it's done for the iPad.
The white Evo 4G -- previously sold at Best Buy -- also looks like it'll be available in stores, too, which is nice.
But, wait, there's more. Looks like the Motorola i886 will be dropping in January, right around CES. It's already been outed by the FCC (via Unwired View), and reportedly is a some sort of non-touchscreen iDEN-type device.
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