KT network finally announced the sale of the WiBro-equipped Samsung Galaxy Tab in the South Korean market on Tuesday this week. As promised, KT offers data plans at cheaper price. KT provides a high-speed Internet at a lower cost than the 3G model covering 82 cities and major highways and roads across the country. The wireless internet is available for free at over 40,000 locations nationwide through KT’s Wi-Fi hot spots.
The WiBro-equipped Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7-inch screen with 3 megapixel camera, built-in Readers Hub application, 16 GB of storage and an external slot for additional storage capacity of up to 32 GB.
This new Samsung Galaxy Tab is available for abit more than $800.