November 26, 2014

Report: Samsung's Galaxy Tab to Debut Next Month

We have known for a while that Samsung’s 7-inch Android-based tablet (supposedly known as the Galaxy Tab) would be rolling out sometime in the third quarter of 2010.  Now, thanks to the team over at Engadget, we now know when it’ll be making its official debut. According to a “high-ranking official” at Samsung, the device will be officially unveiled at IFA on September 3rd in Berlin. Other than that, all we know is the device will be running Android 2.2, a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor, 16GB of on-board memory, and both WiFi and 3G connectivity. Stay tuned for more on this in the coming weeks. I hope there will be some leaks (if this report is indeed true.)

Is anyone else looking forward to this thing? I want this device so bad.  I also can’t wait to see how Android apps look and perform on a device of this caliber. Let us know your thoughts below!

Source: Engadget


  • Steve

    I wonder if they will have the GPS issues sorted out?

  • Jack

    it’s almost as though too many tablets are coming out so close together, it’s going to be difficult to pick just one.

  • John

    Yes! This is great news. This is supposed to have a super-amoled screen which will make it have the best looking screen on the market. And FROYO? Are you kidding me?

  • ez

    how much do you think it’ll be?

  • Jonathan

    I’d rather have the Notion Ink Adam, if it ever comes out. Now that’s hot. This is more like a super-sized phone, and I don’t need another phone.

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  • Chuck

    I love my Galaxy S but they will have a lot to do in order to make this truly competitive with the IPad. The IPad is not just neat hardware nor is it just an oversized phone. Still, I would be really interested, especially if I could have just a WiFi version so I would not have to increase my monthly bill.