Samsung Galaxy Tablet Announced On US Cellular Carrier

With recent news on the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tablet being released by Verizon and Sprint in November, it’s no surprise to hear today of yet a fifth carrier to be running the tablet. Today’s news indicates that this will be CDMA operator “US Cellular” who own and operate the sixth largest wireless telecommunications company in approximately 26 states of America.

At this stage, it is difficult to give an official launch date or retail prices for the 7-inch tablet but according to Darren Murph at Engadget, prices will no doubt be in the region of between $400 and $600 dependant on the contract data plans. For those of you who are still unsure as to what fantastic features you will be receiving we have listed just the basics. The Galaxy tab will not only incorporate a smaller screen size compared to that of the Apple iPad but will also weigh a tiny 13 ounces and be 12 millimeters thin so this will fit into a small carrying bag or purse.

It will be running on the Android 2.2 platform, 4,000 mAh Battery, front and rear-facing cameras for video chat, 1 GHz Hummingbird app processor with 3D graphics, accessibility to social networks, email and much much more.

Are you waiting to get your hands on a Galaxy Tablet. Which carrier will you be running with? Would you consider US Cellular. Let us know. Log onto Engadget for more details.