Mobile phone network Vodafone has now listed the Samsung Galaxy Tablet device, on contracts starting from £7.50 a month.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year and as their second Android tablet, following on from 2010’s initial Galaxy tab with a 7-inch screen.
Vodafone announced back in February they will be carrying to Samsung tab 10.1, only to drop the original version in favour of the more svelte model of the same name. This was launched a month after MWC, alongside the Galaxy tab 8.9 with a 8.6mm thin case - instead of the much thicker 10.9 mm version.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 takes its name from the 10.1-inch 800x1280 capacitive touch screen, with a dual-core 1GHz processor and a 3 megapixel back camera/2MP front variant, whilst running from the Android ‘Honeycomb’ 3.1 OS.
Vodafone is carrying the Galaxy tab 10.1 at a cost of £499, with a £7.50 or £15 30-day contract with 500MB or 2GB data allowance. There is also a £27, 24-month price plan that includes a 2GB data plan plus a 1GB BT OpenZone bundle – with the tablet costing £229.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com