10.1-inch Galaxy Tab to Cost €700 in Portugal

Yesterday we heard that Samsung had plans for an 8.9-inch version of the Galaxy Tab to go with the just-announced 10.1-inch model. However, despite rumors of the next model starting to build, we still didn’t know when the 10-inch model would even be available

Today, a little more information about the pricing of the the 10-inch Tab leaked out. According to posting on Engadget, the Tegra 2-powered device will launch in Portugal in March for the Xoom-esque price of €699. A little steep perhaps, but news from Vodafone Spain puts the device at €349 on-contract with a launch of sometime this spring.

Tablets are typically more expensive for Europeans than for customers here in the United States. However, with no indication about U.S. pricing, we’re doing our best to keep our imaginations in check and crossing our fingers that it won’t cost an arm and a leg when it does go on sale.

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  • I think it should be "Samsung had plans for an 8.9-inch version of the Galaxy Tab" not Motorola.
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  • compo_abI think it should be "Samsung had plans for an 8.9-inch version of the Galaxy Tab" not Motorola.


    Oops, thanks! All fixed. :)
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  • The original Galaxy tab is still being sold here (from Telstra) for $699 in JB Hi-Fi.

    But the prices listed here are worrying.. everything goes for more down under (unless their currency is worth something else, which we all know it is but I'm too lazy to check)
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