T-Mobile still hasn't made any official announcements about their version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab (unlike Verizon), but that's why we've got rumors to quench our tablet thirst until they do. We've already heard that that the T-Mo Tab could cost around $400 on-contract ($650 without) when it launches, but just when exactly will that be? According to a document leaked to our friends at TmoNews, the Tab's coming out day will be November 10th, precisely one day before Verizon is slated to release their version of Samsung's tablet into the wild. The news comes from a dealer, but some corporate-side tipsters have confirmed Nov. 10th as the planned date.
Considering that Verizon has set their Galaxy Tab launch date on November 11th, one would imagine that the other carriers would want to release their Tabs around the same date. After all, it's not like each carrier has one big stand-out feature that customers would be willing to wait days or weeks for (at least that we know of). If a customer plans on picking up a Galaxy Tab on contract, though, a carrier's coverage could play a part in deciding which Tab to pick up. So readers, are you planning on snagging a Galaxy Tab? Which carrier do you plan to go with?