4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 headed to Verizon?
While Verizon continues to deprive us of the one thing we want, they certainly have no shortage of Android powered tablets. It now appears another will join the ranks among Verizon’s inventory. According to these images acquired by Droid-Life, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 appears to be heading Verizon’s way, and it will be packing some 4G LTE goodness.
Many people still consider a tab in the 7″ range to possess the greatest form factor and considering the new Galaxy Tab 7.7 comes with a 1.4 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and a 1280×800 Super AMOLED Plus display, its hardware looks to make a good match. We know the Galaxy tab 7.7 will at least come with Honeycomb (you’ll notice the tab doesn’t have any soft keys) but it would be all the sweeter if it came with Android 4.0. Usually this would be the part where we talk about price, but considering this is on Verizon, I believe the main draw will be its subsidized price (retail will still be outrageous I’m sure).
What do you guys think? 7.7″ form factor, Super AMOLED Plus display, Verizon’s 4G LTE — is this worth a look, or just another tab destined for failure?
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