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Samsung Galaxy Tab is officially revealed as the company's first tablet device

Samsung has announced the Samsung GALAXY Tab GT-P1000 at the IFA electronics show in Berlin. The device, which featured in an online 'teaser' video last week, is an Android-powered tablet with a 7-inch (1024 x 600 pixel) screen. As well as including 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0, the Galaxy Tab also offers quad-band GPRS and tri-band 3G HSUPA/HSDPA connectivity.

Features include a 1.0GHz processor, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, 3-megapixel rear-facing camera and up to 32GB of expandable memory. Total weight is 380g.

And it's arriving soon; the Samsung GALAXY Tab will be available in Europe from mid-September.

Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 tabletJK Shin, President and Head of the Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics, said "Samsung recognizes the tremendous growth potential in this newly created market and we believe that the Samsung GALAXY Tab brings a unique and open proposition to market. There is a new and emerging consumer demand that Samsung can satisfy since mobile is in our DNA. This demand continues to grow and develop as users tap its limitless potential. The Samsung GALAXY Tab has been designed to enable consumers to maximize their online experience wherever that may be. The Samsung GALAXY Tab is pushing the market in new directions and Samsung believes this is only the beginning of its innovations as pioneers in smart media devices."

Author: The Fonecast
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9/8/2010 7:21 PM

Vodafone UK and Three UK have both confirmed they'll be offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab, although neither has published a retail price yet.

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