Last year’s IFA is where the tale of Samsung and tablets started and now the company is ready to open a new chapter and it’s one we couldn’t be more excited about. The SuperAMOLED screens were one of the best things to ever happen to the smartphone industry and now they have landed on slates as well. Meet the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.
As its name suggests, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 has 7.7-inches of SuperAMOLED Plus gorgeousness. The tablet is a living proof that the mobile industry has been progressing at an amazingly rapid rate. A single year is all it took for Samsung to more than double the processing power and get a vastly superior display technology on board, while at the same time reducing the thickness by a third.Just check out the compelling specs sheet that the Galaxy Tab 7.7 has:
So not only are we getting a Super AMOLED Plus instead of a regular LCD, we are also treated to a larger screen and higher resolution in a body that hasn’t growtn noticeably. Plus, there’s the latest version of the tablet-friendly Android on board, instead of Gingerbread and the oversized-phone experience that it provides.
All this really shows that Samsung is a quick learner. In the increasingly crowded tablet market you can’t achieve great things by being as good as the rest – you need to stand out. And what could possibly stand out more than a combination of the most powerful mobile chipset, an impressive screen, an ultra-slim waistline and a thin bezel?
Luckily, we were able to get a pre-production Galaxy Tab 7.7 and we went for a short hands-on preview to get you started. By now you should have felt how enthusiastic we feel about the Galaxy Tab 7.7, so we better not waste any more time. The hardware inspection comes after the break.
Yes.it will work like P 1000 which had Phone capabilty.
Cant wait for the PowerPlay review of 7.7....uuuhh
This looks like the perfect tablet: size, power, OS (i guess it will get ICS), and it even has a metal back. With the Super Amoled i can throw away my ebook reader too. It's a joy to read on if you set the background to full black. If it could only m...