In the 4th Quarter of 2011 the Kindle Fire will be number 2 in table sales.
This quarter Apple will ship 18.6 million iPads and Amazon will ship 3.9 million Kindle Fire tablets to take 13.8% of the global market. The Samsung Galaxy Tab will ship 1.37 million will come in 3rd and the Nook Tablet will ship 1.32 million for 4th.
American Airline 1st Class Passenger will enjoy the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tab as an entertainment option on some flights.
AA is distributing 6,000 tablets between NY and LA, NY and SF, Miami and LA.
Around 6,000 of the tablets are being disbursed on 757 flights between New York and Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, and Miami and Los Angeles. Tablets will also be available on 767 flights to and from Europe and South America.
The Samsung Galaxy will replace American Airlines current entertainment system and can access Wi-Fi.
AT&T announced that they will begin selling the Galaxy Tab on Nov. 21. The Galaxy Tab will retail for $649.99 without a contract. AT&T will also offer monthly data plans like the plans they offer for the iPad.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a 7-inch multi-touch screen tablet powered by Android.
Several carriers will sell the Galaxy Tab. T-Mobile is the carrier to introduce the Samsung Galaxy Tab to the U.S. market. T-Mobile retail price is $399.99 after rebate and a 2 year contract.
Verizon will begin selling the Galaxy Tab tomorrow they will offer 4 access plans and it will sell for $600 without a contract. Sprint Nextel will begin selling it on Sunday for $400 with a 2 year contract and AT&T will sell the Galaxy Tab at a later date.