Samsung Galaxy Tab Coming to Sprint on Nov. 14

Posted by at 8:48 am on October 25, 2010

Sprint today became the second US carrier with an official ship date for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Its model will ship on November 14 and will be carrier subsidized, unlike the Verizon edition. The Tab will cost $400 with a two year contract. The carrier hasn’t said if it will have an off-contract version.

Sprint will also offer tiered data plans. A $60 monthly plan will give the same 5GB of data as it does for 3G modems and routers, but a $30 plan will provide 2GB for those who only occasionally need the remote connection. Both include unlimited MMS and SMS messaging but no voice.

The Sprint version shares the same EVDO-based 3G as the Verizon model along with the core specs, including its seven-inch 1024×600 touchscreen, Android 2.2, a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor and both back three-megapixel and front 1.3-megapixel cameras.

Sprint is bundling ThinkFree Office for document editing and its TeleNav-based Sprint Navigation subscription GPS. A 16GB microSDHC card is included in the box for media storage.

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