Cricket has announced that starting today, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be seen on the shelves of their company-owned stores. The months of June and July saw the slab arriving through Sprint and Verizon Wireless, respectively.
The 10.1-inch tablet is the first slab to arrive on the carrier’s gadget portfolio. Running Android Honeycomb, the device houses a 1GHz dual core processor. The HD display on it offers resolutions of 1280 x 800p for enhanced visuals. This sleek gadget comes with 16GB of on-board storage to hoard multimedia folders and files. It sports a metallic gray finish that lends a stylish edge to the form factor.
“We’re excited to introduce tablets to our Cricket customers,” comments Matt Stoiber, senior vice president, devices for Cricket. “Our customers are finding new ways to incorporate devices into their active mobile lifestyle to stay connected, engaged and entertained and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a great device to help them do all those things.”
The rear side of the Samsung device is embedded with a 3MP camera, while the front facing snapper is a 2MP one. Then there is the Adobe Flash Player support for a smooth and easy web browsing experience. And needless to say, users have access to Google services and numerous apps via the Android Market.
The Wi-Fi enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price is $499.99 on Cricket. Potential users also have the option to obtain a bundle including the slab and the Cricket Crosswave DO/Wi-Fi device as well as a first month of the Cricket broadband service, all at a price of $594.99.