Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to hit T-Mobile on October 26th, six more devices to follow on November 2nd?

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from Omaha, NE
Published: October 1, 2011

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 launch date

Last week was pretty big for T-Mobile customers thanks to the HTC Amaze 4G/Samsung Galaxy S II launch news and the announcement that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 would soon be coming to the Magenta network. Just because it's the weekend doesn't mean that the T-Mobile goodness is going to slow down, though, as our amigos at TmoNews have brought us even more T-Mo news in the form of a trio of leaks. First up, it's been revealed that the T-Mobile Sonic 4G Hotspot will be released on October 19th. There's still no word on how much the Sonic 4G Hotspot will cost at launch.

One week later we'll see another new device hit T-Mobile shelves, but this time it'll be a shiny new tablet. As you can see above, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is set to hit T-Mobile on October 26th. Like the Sonic 4G Hotspot, the Tab 10.1's pricing remains a mystery.

If those two leaks weren't enough to get your attention, T-Mobile folk, this last tidbit of news should do the trick: according to another calendar image (seen below) leaked to our pals at TmoNews, T-Mobile will be launching six — count 'em, six! — new devices on November 2nd. The problem? It's not yet clear which products will be arriving on that date. A couple of possibilites include the HTC Radar 4G or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, but the true identities of those six devices are still up in the air.

So there you have it, T-Mobile folks. With the Amaze 4G and Galaxy S II hitting October 12th followed by the Sonic 4G Hotspot and Tab 10.1 later in October and then six more new devices on November 2nd, I'd say that the Magenta Army is in for an exciting (and slightly expensive) month. Speaking of November 2nd, anyone care to take a guess as to which products T-Mobile might have up its sleeve for that big date?

T-Mobile November 2nd six devices launching

Via TmoNews (1), (2), (3)

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