At last Samsung is going to release their Galaxy Tab 10.1 tomorrow. In the Google I/O many lucky journalists had the opportunity to take one of those tablets home. But it is time for everyone to have their hands on this new shiny device.

The new Samsung Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi version will cost $499 which will have 16GB onboard memory and for 32GB memory you will have to pay $599. These tablets will be available through different retailers around the US. Samsung also informed that these tablets will be available through Sprint from mid-summer. Till now both the models will come as Wi-Fi only versions.

Samsung has promised some interesting new features for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9. The first among the features is the new User Interface. They are going to put TouchWiz UX on it, which is mainly optimized for tablets. Samsung Media Hub is also one of their promised features for the new Galaxy Tab. Using this, customers will be able to download and rent different digital contents from their tabs. But the only problem is that the features is not available right now. Samsung will release an update in the future which will enable these features. So it is time to wait and see how the new Galaxy Tab 10.1 performs.