Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 coming to Australia, 4G version to Canada on Telus

It seems like Samsung is really pushing its Galaxy Tab 10.1 globally around the world, from Canada to Australia to its own country South Korea.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was recently released in South Korea Seoul on July 20 in an attempt from Samsung to compete against Apple’s iPad 2. Thought the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is undeniably an excellent Android tablet, in terms of sales, the iPad 2 is still the king of tablets.

Back in Canada, wireless carrier Telus is preparing the launch of the HSPA+ (4G) version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The release date has been postponed from July 22nd to August 19 by both Telus and Futureshop/ Best Buy stores. Exact pricing for the 4G version is still not known. As a reference, the Wi-Fi only version retails for $499.99.

Last but not least, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is also set to be released in Australia on August 11th. The 10.1-inch touchscreen tablet running Android 3.1 should be released ahead of newly competitor HP with its new HP WebOS tablet. This just shows how the tablet market is hot with new competitors and Samsung’s global release is just another proof of it.

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- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 finally out in South Korea to take on iPad 2

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