It looks like the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is going down down down, and here are news that might make you blink if you were waiting for the 7-inch tablet to loose some weight in price.
According to a leaked picture, Sprint is going to drop the price of the Galaxy Tab to $199 on contract for 24 months (currently $299) starting with April 4, making it one of the most affordable 3G tablets at this price. It’s clear at this point that with the announcement of iPad 2, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Original Galaxy Tab it’s getting older and the carriers are trying to sell as many as possible at a price which was expected at its launch.
Also, if you don’t like to be attached to a 24 months contract, there is the option to get the tab outright for $429.99. Which option sounds better?
Via : Engadget