|Samsung Galaxy Tab gt-p1000|
Status: AvailableGo to News
|Model name||Galaxy Tab|
|CPU type||Samsung S5PC110|
|CPU speed||1000 Mhz|
||7.0" 1024 X 600|
|Battery capacity||15 (Wh)|
|Weight||13.4 oz. / 380g|
|Size (w/h/d inches)||7.5/4.8/0.5|
|Size (w/h/d mm)||190/121/12 mm|
|Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)|
|SD slot (Micro)|
|Mobile sim-card slot|
|HSPA (7.2/5.1 Mb/s)|
|Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)|
|A-GPS (Internet Assisted)|
|Camera 3.2MP Auto-Focus|
|Voice (Cellular) Capability|
|Making a huge splash in the 7" Android category is the Galaxy Tab. It's the first device to combine all the features of a high-end Android phone into a hi-resolution 7" tablet. Performance is great, the screen is great, stereo speakers are good (as tested at IFA, Sept 2010) and the Android software has even been enhanced with features like Samsung camera software and Samsung applications. The docking station provides connectivity although adaptor cables will be required. Announced 799 Euro price is very high but street prices should be nearer 600 Euro.|
|Specifications now confirmed. Additional info: Divx, Xvid support. DNLA support. 'TV' output, Samsung camera software, (smile-shot etc), video recording size 720x480,|
|Pricing Guide (based on retail price for base model.)|
|Europe:||€799||30 Oct 12|
|UK:||£550||30 Oct 12|
|Latest News Links (5 most recent.) All links|
|Galaxy Tab Gingerbread testing notes and videos||05/12/10|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.3.3 Rollout news||05/12/10|
|Galaxy Tab Review Part 3 - Performance, Features, Summary||01/12/10|
|Galaxy Tab Applications Review. Part 2 of the Full Review by Car||01/11/09|
|Engadget: Samsung Galaxy Tab Review||01/11/09|
|All Samsung Galaxy Tab links.|
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