Samsung Galaxy Tab price slashed by £50 in the UK
November 14th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab widely touted as the South Korean technology giant’s reply to Apple iPad has slashed its prices by £50 to be made available for just £470 in the UK. The SIM-free unlocked version of the tablet PC was launched for £529.99 in the UK on 1st November.

The slashed price for the tablet was first seen at Dixons and Amazon followed the suit soon after to offer the tablet for £479 plus free shipping. Given the fact that Samsung had a 1 million tablet sales target, the price slash might help it achieve the feat.

The 7-inch Android 2.2 powered Tablet with a 1 GHz processor, touted as Samsung’s reply to Apple iPad weighs 380g and thus turns out to be easy on the pocket. Thanks to the dual cameras that it sports, the Galaxy Tab can handle video calls and it can be helpful for a lot of business use with it browser an email credentials.

A new content service named as “Media Hub” from Samsung.com will be offered access to the Galaxy Tab. Samsung wants to provide an overall digital experience to its customers by leveraging the new Media Hub. NBC Universal, Paramount, and MTV Networks partner the Media Hub along with Samsung.

The Media Hub shall offer a library of movies, along with new releases, full TV shows and television episodes.

Powered by Froyo aka Android 2.2, the Galaxy tablet has dual cameras thus allowing video chatting and it supports Adobe Flash 10.1 too thus highlighting the glaring differences from Apple iPad.

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