Samsung Galaxy Tab En Route To Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile

Surprise! The Samsung Galaxy Tab with a 7-inch super AMOLED display, a 1GHz Hummingbird core, 3.2 megapixel front and 1.3 MP rear cams multimedia tablet running full Android 2.2 Flash 10.1 and all, is due on all four major carriers later this year (some where in October/November), exactly like the smaller Galaxy S Android 2.1 phones. Samsung is reporting that TouchWiz 3.0 will be tweaked slightly; the Reader and Music apps will be knocked off, while the new Media Hub and everything else in the interface will remain.

As for carriers, they will also have an influence — in terms of carrier apps. Otherwise, Verizon should recognize that having Bing only on the Galaxy Tab like the Fascinate is not such a good idea.

As for the unlocked versions, those have not yet been announced, but are being discussed internally, while a Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab will actually be released. Pricing has not yet been mentioned.

On An Editor’s Note: I can’t wait to review the Galaxy Tab, on all four carriers if I must, to see if it lives up to the hype Samsung presents it in.

Source: Samsung Galaxy Tab USA