T-Mobile will sell the Samsung Galaxy Tab but probably not in the UK for a foreseeable future; Vodafone has already confirmed that it will be the launch partner for the tablet in the UK.
Pocket-lint has taken a couple of photos of the Galaxy Tab on T-Mobile's stand at the IFA show in Germany. We know that Vodafone will launch the device in Austria as well but we don't know whether they've got the exclusivity for the whole of Europe.
Don't expect it to last for long though as Samsung is likely to capture as much of the tablet market as possible before other Android devices are released.
Samsung has also confirmed that network operators will be able to change the colour of the Samsung Galaxy Pad's rear plate.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is expected to cost around £610 SIM Free and should be available by the end of the month.
Vodafone - which lists the Galaxy Tab as being powered by a 1.2Ghz ARM-based processor - is already taking registrations for those interested in buying the device. You can read our coverage of the Samsung Galaxy Tab here.