Samsung scrambles to remove their Galaxy Tab 7.7, maybe should have considered showing some Windows Phones

Samsung has “voluntarily”  withdrawn any sign or mention of their Android-powered Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet, announced with much fanfare a few days ago.

Their Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet is currently subject to an impeding ban starting in October, and it seems the company have thought it wise to remove another potentially infringing device.  In the past devices have been confiscated from IFA booths if found to infringe importation regulations, something Samsung may be trying to avoid.

Our correspondent on the ground noted that Samsung had made absolutely no mention of Windows Phone 7 so far, and is currently trying to fill the gap in their displays be spreading their other Android and Wave models around. 

Maybe if the company announced some new Windows Phones they would be scrambling slightly less now.


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