Samsung Teases Super-Thin New Galaxy Tab for CTIA

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  1. dgstorm

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    Samsung is ramping up market interest for a new tablet they plan to announce at CTIA later this month. The ad shows a very thin and interestingly styled tablet. The ad also hints at it being an 8.9 Inch tablet, with the number 78910. Their first was the 7-inch, then the 10-inch, now the 8.9-inch, which probably indicates it will be a new iteration of the Galaxy Tab. There are definitely other ways to interpret those cryptic numbers, which makes for a great marketing gimmick. It keeps us wondering and speculating. What other ideas do you think the number might represent?

    Source: AndroidPolice
     
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    Now if only would get in the game and give us a price lowered than the competition. Unlike ahem Motorola...
     
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    are those numbers $789.10? Hope not.
     
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    As an impatient so and so I wish they'd give us a date for launch for either the 10.1 or 8.9!
    I suspect the March 22ND date is when they will reveal the launch date, not the actual launch date, and I hope they get the pricing right unlike Motorola, i'd hate to have to buy Apple.......
     
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    I can't agree with you more
     

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