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Samsung Slims Down for Match with Apple
Samsung means to add two new versions of its 1GHz dual-core Android-based Galaxy Tab tablet by summertime
By: Maureen O'Gara
Mar. 27, 2011 09:00 AM
Samsung means to add two new versions of its 1GHz dual-core Android-based Galaxy Tab tablet by summertime.
The initial seven-inch widget went on sale in the US in November for $599 without a carrier contract and $399 with a two-year service contract. The company says it will have a thinner-than-Apple 8.9-inch device for $469 ($569 with extra storage) in early summer and an equally skinny 10.1-inch tablet, reportedly reworked at the last minute in response to the iPad 2, for $499 (16GB)-$599 (32GB) by June 8.
They debuted at CTIA this week and Samsung said they'd do 4G, WiMax, LTE and Wi-Fi.
LG has an 8.9-inch Android-based Optimus Pad that goes on sale in Japan this month through NTT Docomo.
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