The Samsung Galaxy Tab that hit the market with LG U+ last week did manage to garner some pretty impressive sales figures – we’re looking at around 1,000 units per day. According to LG, they’re already happy with such numbers, considering the aggressive pricing plans which accompany Samsung’s Android tablet. LG U+ still has a fair number of plans to go along with the Galaxy Tab, not to mention selling it for free if you decide to commit to a three-year contract – that’s a “dangerous” proposition to consider if you’re not too sure whether you will be in the same country for the next three years. As for its specifications, it is the same as the one SKT offers, including a 1GHz processor, a 7-inch WSVGA LCD display, Android 2.2 Froyo, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, 3G and T-DMB support, 16GB of internal memory and a microSD memory card slot. Hmmm, will it ever go near the iPad’s sales figures?
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