Last week Samsung held a media event in New York City announcing that the Galaxy Tab will be available through all four major U.S. carriers, as well as other news that it'll be in Canada through Rogers and Bell.
Sadly, there were no mentions of price or even a launch date for any of the carriers, and perhaps just as disappointing is that the U.S. versions won't have any voice capabilities.
The only thing we have now is a new promotional video from Samsung showing off the tablet's various uses, including an interesting insertion into a back pocket of mens' jeans, as well as video chat.
Samsung just released a 9-minute long demonstration of the many functions of the Galaxy Tab. Even though Google said that Froyo 2.2 isn't meant for tablets, Samsung's making a compelling argument that is with the Galaxy Tab. See it all below: