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Which 10in Tab for Blighty, Samsung?

February's model, or March's skinnier one?

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Fancy one of Samsung's just-announced sleek and sexy Android 3.0 tablets? You might have a rather long wait.

The new 10.1in and 8.9in Galaxy Tabs may not be coming to Blighty, a Samsung staffer admitted, according to Pocket-Lint.

Rather than the new 8.4mm model, Brits will be offered a ten-inch version of the current 7in Galaxy Tab, announced by Samsung in February, and due to be offered exclusively by Vodafone.

Vodafone isn't yet saying when that model, the 10.1V, will be out, or how much it'll cost. But it will run Android 3.0, the network operator said. ®

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