T-Mobile USA unveiled the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to customers in the US on Monday.
Interestingly, the launch has come only a few days prior to the hearing of the preliminary injunction filed by Apple in a U.S court to ban the sales of the device withing the country.
Apple and Samsung have been engaging in a series of bitter legal conflicts all over the world; accusing each other of infringing on the other’s patents.
T-Mobile, however, did not disclose how much the tablet was going to cost, and neither did it reveal anything regarding the release date of the device.
The company did say that the Android powered tablet would go on sale all over the country sometimes during the coming holiday season. In addition to the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which boasts an impressive 10.1 inch display, T-Mobile is also going to make available another 7 inch tablet - the T-Mobile SpringBoard with Google, during the same time.
The T-Mobile SpringBoard with Google is an Android 3.2 powered device, running on a 1.2 GHz dual core mobile processor.
Both devices will be available for purchase in the same time at T-Mobile retails stores, as well as the company’s online store.