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Samsung Galaxy Tab Event Wrap-Up and Hands-On [Video]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Event Wrap-Up and Hands-On [Video]

We had known about Samsung's event for a little while now, and while there was some pretty obvious speculation about the purpose of that event, it wasn't until a leaked internal Verizon document that we got any kind of "confirmation" as to what we'd be seeing tonight. And, sure enough, Samsung delivered the goods with their Galaxy Tab device. The 7-inch tablet that runs Android 2.2 is officially heading into the United States under the watchful guidance of the four major wireless carriers some time within the holiday season, this year.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab for T-Mobile Due by This Holiday Season

Samsung Galaxy Tab for T-Mobile Due by This Holiday Season

We just heard that the Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet device from Samsung was heading to every major wireless carrier in the United States, and sure enough we just got confirmation from T-Mobile that this is indeed the case (not that we didn't believe Samsung, of course). The Galaxy Tab for T-Mobile will be the first mobile tablet for T-Mobile's Android offerings.

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Samsung’s Media Hub Will Feature Movies and Next-Day TV Shows

Samsung’s Media Hub Will Feature Movies and Next-Day TV Shows

Samsung is rolling out the announcements tonight, and sure enough, they took some time to focus on their now famous Media Hub. We all know that streaming media is one of the main focuses of our mobile devices, and it's good to see that Samsung is taking it seriously. Their Media Hub is now official, as of tonight, and the Samsung Epic 4G should be getting an update OTA to make its presence known.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab will Feature Full Flash 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Tab will Feature Full Flash 10.1

Flash Player on your tablet device may be something you look forward to, or you may not care all that much. If you do care, though, and you've been waiting to get your hands on a tablet that features full Flash Player 10.1, then it looks like the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab may be just the option for you. Samsung has just gone ahead and let everyone know that the Tab, the new Android-based 7-inch tablet from the company, will feature the full Flash experience.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Launching in Four Versions for Major Wireless Carriers

Samsung Galaxy Tab Launching in Four Versions for Major Wireless Carriers

We've already heard in the past that the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Android-based tablet that's already seen quite the loving overseas in press events, is heading to the United States thanks to the wireless carriers in these parts. But, it's just been confirmed by Samsung that that is certainly the case. The tablet device will be launching in the coming weeks under the four major wireless carrier flags: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.

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Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab tipped for unveil on Thursday

Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab tipped for unveil on Thursday

After the Samsung Galaxy Tab showed up earlier this week with AT&T branding, it began to look more and more likely that the WSJ's tipsters - who suggested AT&T, Verizon and Sprint versions of the 7-inch Froyo slate were incoming - were correct.  Now, an internal training document from Verizon has leaked to BGR, seemingly confirming that their version of the Galaxy Tab is also "coming soon".

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Samsung Galaxy Tab with AT&T Branding Breaks Cover

Samsung Galaxy Tab with AT&T Branding Breaks Cover

It was only earlier today that we heard rumors that the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the 7-inch Android 2.2-based tablet device from Samsung would be making its way to every major wireless carrier here in the States, and now it looks like we've got a confirmation. Not an "official" confirmation, mind you, but one nonetheless. As long as you believe internal leaked images, that is.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab headed to Verizon, Sprint & AT&T; Euro carriers spill price details

Samsung Galaxy Tab headed to Verizon, Sprint & AT&T; Euro carriers spill price details

Slow is the drip of Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing information; vast is our desire to get our hands on the Froyo slab.  After SIM-free figures for Germany and the UK emerged, the Wall Street Journal is now suggesting that Verizon, Sprint and AT&T have all signed up for their own version of the 7-inch slate.  Meanwhile, it seems reps for T-Mobile and Vodafone in Germany were more talkative than they ought to be while at IFA, both revealing some figures of their own.

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