Galaxy Tab 730 & 750 Launched in India – Price, Features, Specs

Samsung Galaxy Tab 750The much awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the 8.9 inches models have been launched in India. Just a week back it was announced by Samsung that it would launch the 10.1 inches variant of it in India on August 10, 2011 and as per schedule they did it. However it wasn’t conformed that recently addition of 8.9 to the popular Galaxy Tab variations which was launched recently in the global market would be launched in India but it did. Samsung roped in the gorgeous Lara Dutta the Miss Universe 2000 & also present Bollywood actress as the host for the product launch at the event.

As we said on the last post of Galaxy Tab arrivals in India Samsung is back of its naming its devices to their conventional names, example – GT S5780 Wave is named as Wave 578, likewise Galaxy Tab 10.1 in India would be named as Galaxy Tab 750 as its model number is GT P 7500 and in the same way the 8.9 inches variant is named as Galaxy Tab 730. Along with that there is no change in hardware specifications or software, importantly the pricing information of Galaxy Tab is revealed to us now. The popular devices is respected for a better battery life and performance with dual core processor. We have gone through the detailed review of Samsung Galaxy Tab 730 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 750.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 would be available at a price of Rs 36200 in India by the end of August and Galaxy Tab 730 would be priced at Rs 33900 shipped in mid September. Interestingly company has only 3G tablet with promotional data plans offer from Vodafone India with 2GB free per month using their 3G network until 6 months a charge of Rs 3000.

Interestingly if you observe the trend, Apple iPad took 1 year to be launched in India after its global launch and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 too almost took a month or two for its arrival in India.

Indian users would be happy to see Samsung Glaaxy Tab 10.1 inches. If you are think you like the 8.9 inches version then you need to wait for a month or two.

So what do you think you would go with – Galaxy Tab 730 or 750?



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