Samsung has a handful of new tablets due to hit the streets soon, including the Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) and the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0). Office Depot gave us a clue this weekend that the 10.1 inch model could have a starting price of $400, before removing the product listing.
Update: Samsung has officially launched the tablet in the US, and the actual price is closer to $250.
Now QVC has posted (and removed) a product page for the 7 inch model. The tablet was priced at $310, although it’s not clear if this is the official price or not.
The folks at Phone Arena spotted the product page before it was pulled down. It showed a model with 8GB of storage, a 7 inch display, and Android 4.0 software for $309.96.
The tablet is expected to have a 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1 GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and WiFi, Bluetooth, and optional HSPA+ wireless. It weighs about 0.76 pounds and should be available with a choice of 8GB, 16Gb, or 32GB of storage space.