Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 hits US retailers tomorrow, TouchWiz UX coming in future software upgrade
Folks in NYC may have been able to get their hands on one a bit early (not to mention those that attended Google I/O),
but everyone else will finally be able to pick up a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 starting tomorrow.
As expected, the WiFi-only Honeycomb tablet will run $499 for the 16GB model and $599 for 32GB at your choice of retailers,
and Samsung says it will be available through Sprint in 'mid-summer' as well (still just WiFi-only).
What's more, Samsung's also promising to deliver a number of new features in a 'future software upgrade,'
including the TouchWiz UX that was originally intended to be included on the tablet, and Samsung's Media Hub,
which promises 'easier downloads of rented or purchased content' and additional capabilities when the tablet's connected to a TV
via a dock or adapter. Head on past the break for the complete press release and a new promo video that offers a glimpse of some of those upcoming features,
and don't forgot to check out our full review if you're still undecided.