The youngest member of the Galaxy Tab family of Honeycomb slates just got its US pricing revealed. The Wi-Fi-only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 will come in two flavors – 16GB and 32GB, which will cost $399 and $499, respectively.
For that kind of cash you are getting a 7″ slate with a WSVGA PLS LCD that runs the latest, 3.2, edition of Honeycomb on a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU. You should know that there’s a microSD card slot on board, too, so we are not sure that there’s much sense in ordering the 32GB unit for that kind of premium.
There’s no mention of the 3G version of Galaxy Tab 7.0 on the site of the seller that brought the news, but the usual practice is the 3G version to come out later for about $100-$130 on top of the Wi-Fi-only edition.
Update: Word just came in for the European pricing of the Galaxy Tab 7.0. In Italy the 16GB HSPA-enabled version of the slate will be going for €499. This is quite a lot more expensive than what US citizens will pay for it, but unfortunately, that’s how it usually works with electronics.
If you are still undecided about the Galaxy Tab 7.0, you might want to check out our hands-on. You will probably find the answers to most of your questions there.
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