Previously known to produce digital devices most especially in the mobile phone arena, Samsung has recently been rising in the list of phone manufacturers and is actually gaining momentum by releasing decent phones which are not so pricey. Becoming conscious of the increasing demand and interest of the people towards tablet PCs, Samsung will make its big leap to the Tablet PC arena. Their front-liner- the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
The Crux of the Matter
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is expected for release this September 2010 and details such as the price, carrier and hardware/software details are still uncovered. As for the basic details however, the Galaxy Tab has a 7 inch AMOLED screen which provides a clearer and crisper view of the display in and out of the sun.
Plus, the Tab also runs in 1.2 GHz speed which means it runs faster than its earlier released competitor- the iPad which runs only at 1 GHz. It weighs around 13 ounces which means it can be really handy and mobile.
Sources also report that the Galaxy Tab will also allow the user to make video calls and conferences using the front camera as well as make voice calls- that would look weird, though imagining ourselves calling someone with this relatively large device beside our heads. Headphones might work great though, as an alternative. This capability, however gives the tab an edge among other tablet PCs as it can be considered an all in one business device.
The big question in the Tablet PC arena right now is as to how will the people receive the Galaxy Tab? Will it be received the same way with Apple iPad or will it run over a lot of critiques and rants? These are to be answered perhaps in a few more days so better keep yourselves on the loop.