October 14, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
No one knows how much the Samsung Galaxy Tab will cost in the United Kingdom, but that hasn’t stopped people from claiming that they had idea. We’ve seen reports of it costing as much as £799, yet a quick scan of the web shows that third-party retailers have listed it for £680 and others as little as £599.
So, it’s with a great deal of skepticism that we relay the latest price, which shouldn’t be accepted as gospel until Samsung and a carrier come out and give a solid price for the Galaxy Tab.
According to T3.com, the Tab will cost interested customers £599 if purchased SIM-free and £199 if purchased through a two-year tariff. While still not official, is this price good enough to make you consider picking up another Android device?
The Galaxy Tab offers a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, Android 2.2, a 7-inch TFT-LCD screen, a front-facing camera, and the ability to make calls over 3G. The device is set to go on sale beginning November 1, though price has yet to be confirmed.