Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 was announced earlier in 2014, and has taken its time arriving on wireless networks in the United States. Verizon was the first to release their version of the tablet, featuring their new XLTE connctivity, but T-Mobile was quick to follow up with their own announcement, even if it was just a pre-order (with a subsequent launch at the end of July). Now it’s AT&T’s turn to throw their hat into the ring.
Officially announced today by AT&T, the Samsung-branded Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 has gone on sale at the Big Blue network beginning today, July 15. But only if you order online. AT&T says if you do that, then you’ll get your device before July 25, when the tablet is scheduled to land in physical retail stores. You’ll be able to choose from a full retail price of $369.99; 20 monthly installment plans set at $18.50; or the $269.99 price tag set with a new, two-year contract.
As far as features go, here’s what you’re looking at:
Does the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 grab your interest?