A new flier has surfaced which may finally have the launch details of the WiFi Samsung Galaxy Tab. According to the document, the WiFi-only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab will launch on April 4th for $399. We’ve known about the WiFi Tab for months now, but this is the first launch update to come through since before CES.
At $399, the WiFi Samsung Galaxy Tab certainly sounds like a decent deal, but since it’s still running on Android 2.2 and a slower Hummingbird processor, most hardcore Android fans will probably opt to pay a little more for the WiFi version of the Motorola XOOM that’s expected to hit store shelves within the next few weeks. While we all want the newest product with the latest version of Android, is the WiFi Galaxy Tab still appealing if is costs $200 less than the WiFi XOOM?