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Galaxy Tab to retail between $200 and $400 in the U.S.

Samsung hoping to grab 10 percent market share with new tablet

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Sep 7, 2010 1:22 am

With all of the noise being made about how much the Samsung Galaxy Tab is going to cost in Europe, U.S. customers looking to get their hands on the device have been biting their nails wondering how much it will cost in the States. According to Samsung product executive Hankil Yoon, the Galaxy Tab will retail somewhere between $200 and $400 USD.




This price could fluctuate depending on which carrier is chosen as Samsung is currently in talks "with multiple carriers" about the device. Samsung is also saying they are expecting to ship over 10 million Galaxy Tabs and grab upwards of ten percent of the tablet market with this product.



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