Livecast: Samsung Launches The New Galaxy Tabs 750 & 730 In India

Samsung is launching the new slimmer Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 in India today, and they’re calling the 10.1 version Galaxy Tab 750 while the 8.9″ variant get the Tab 730 moniker. You can watch the live webcast below.


The Galaxy Tabs are the only real competition to Apple’s iPad and have been having some intellectual property difficulties in Europe and Australia, but we’re glad to see them roll out in India. Given the current situation around the world, you can expect Samsung to put all their weight behind making it a success in India.

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be priced at Rs 36,200 for the 16 GB version, while the 8.9 version will retail for Rs. 33,990. Both tablets will be in stores next month onwards. If you’re looking for a data deal as well, Samsung has tied up with Vodafone to offer 2GB of data per month for six months for a total sum of Rs 3000.

2 thoughts on “Livecast: Samsung Launches The New Galaxy Tabs 750 & 730 In India”

  1. wow !! abnormal prices !!….16GB wi-fi model of 10.1 retails at 499 USD (INR 23.5k apx)…..even if this is 3g…should be 5k more at max….not 10k….

    and why dont they release a wi-fi only version….!!….people will rather find iPad cheaper and more productive than this

  2. I agree, a WIFI only version is ideally suited to a lot more people than the WIFI + 3G. Plus, its important to break the under 30,000 INR psychological barrier if they want to compete with the iPad.

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