Samsung Galaxy Tab in new PRICE CRASH SENSATION – now £359

Just when we thought the price of the Galaxy Tab was beginning to stabllise around the £400 mark, UK supermarket Tesco goes SAVINGS MAD and slices another chunk off the price of the Android tablet – taking it down to £359.20.

That’s quite a big percentage to chop off the price of the thing in one go.

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It’ll just about be affordable by the time the new range of tablets flood onto the market. Link via Twitter.

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  1. That’s a bad sign, no Honeycomb for the early adopters…

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  2. Tamblin

     /  January 25, 2011

    Such an embarrassingly short product lifecycle. How can something so amazing be pretty much obsolete after three months on sale?

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  3. MrChaz

     /  January 25, 2011

    Who says it’s not going to get Honeycomb?

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    • Rambo

       /  January 25, 2011

      Maybe, if you’re lucky it could be hit with a case of exponential decay!

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  4. I hope for the device’s sake that it DOES get 3.0; I’ve used one at work a few times and it’s actually a pretty solid little device. It would be a terrible shame if Samsung decided to leave it with 2.2; although it wouldn’t surprise me if they did just that, and decided to push a Tab 2 with Honeycomb on it instead of upgrading perfectly good hardware.

    That said, the folks over at XDA-Devs will probably port some version of Honeycomb onto it if Samsung decide to abandon it. Smart lads they are, over there.

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  5. Hands0n

     /  January 25, 2011

    Samsung will walk away from this. Their history of updating Android product is not too good so far. An official Samsung branded Honeycomb is extremely unlikely.

    I reckon this was a bit of an experiment by Samsung to test the market for such product. It was horrendously overpriced and far too early.

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  6. I’m expecting the next Galaxy Tab at the MWC this february. So it’s logical that Samsung is lowering their price at this moment.

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  7. James King

     /  January 31, 2011

    I’ve got the Samsung Galaxy Tab (UK), and I can honestly say it is the single best Android device I have ever used – the nice size that can fit in my pockets, and also be pulled out and plugged into the keyboard to turn into a laptop – just makes it an outstandingly all-round device.

    I had a Samsung E900 waaay back in the day, and then moved to LG. I then had an HTC hero, and was torn between the Desire HD and the Tab – I’m so glad I gave Samsung another chance.

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