Samsung revamps Galaxy Tab 10.1 to circumvent infringement in Germany


 

UPDATE 2: Looks like Samsung is ready for the launch as they’ve listed both Wi-Fi-only and 3G variants of Galaxy Tab 10.1N on their website. The prices mentioned here are already being cut down by retailers like Cyberport. But anyways, here it goes:

Wi-Fi-only: 16GB – EUR539; 32GB – EUR619; 64GB – EUR699
3G + Wi-Fi: 16GB – EUR 629; 32GB – EUR749; 64GB – EUR799

UPDATE: Another change in the device is the location of the speakers. Samsung expects to start selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1N by next week. Via

Samsung has been banned to sell the original Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany. However, a new variant of Galaxy Tab 10.1 (GT-P7501) has surfaced on German retailer sites that features a slightly revamped design. Although it is unclear what other improvements have been made, the bezel on the Galaxy Tab 10.1N (top) is quite evident as compared to Galaxy Tab 10.1. Also, the tablet now comes pre-loaded with Android 3.2.

Other things we’ve been able to unearth are that it will mostly be restricted to Germany and will come in capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Wi-Fi-only (GT-P7511) will also sell with same storage capacities.

The 3G + Wi-Fi tablet pricing starts from 549 euros whereas the Wi-Fi-only will cost around 500 euros.

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