Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 wows the crowd
You know something? Samsung is pretty serious when it comes to churning out tablets that hopefully, will contain enough firepower in the specifications list to usurp the iPad 2 (and its subsequent successors for sure), and while their original 7″ Galaxy Tab did not really take the world by storm, the sequel after that, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 certainly proved to be quite a stunner. Not one who rests on their laurels, Samsung has yet another tablet released for the masses – the Galaxy Tab 7.7 which is also the first tablet that has the brilliant Super AMOLED Plus display in the world.
Debuting at IFA 2011 in Berline, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 will merge both design and ultimate portability, where the Super AMOLED Plus display paves the way for a wider range of colors with greater separation between lights and darks vividly. Not only that, a 7.7″ screen size is perfect, as it is not too big, and neither is it too small that you will need to squint. Add that to the fact that it comes in a 7.89mm thin form factor at a mere 335 grams, and chances are pretty high you have a winner on your hands (or in your jacket pocket/purse).
Want to remain connected? Not a problem, as the Galaxy Tab 7.7 will run on HSPA+ connectivity, while the processor that keeps everything in place would be a 1.4GHz dual core chip, while its rather massive 5,100 mAh battery is able to deliver around 10 hours of video playback time – sounds like it could seriously go up against the iPad 2 as the portable media player of choice for trans-Atlantic flights instead of relying on what the in-flight entertainment system offers.
As for the operating system of choice, you get the latest Android 3.2 Honeycomb version alongside Samsung’s very own TouchWiz UX for an added touch of personalization, which means you need not rock to Android’s default user interface which can be rather drab after a while. Other hardware specifications include a microSD memory card slot, Universal Remote Control functionality, a 3-megapixel camera with LED flash at the back, while on the front there is a 2-megapixel shooter. Are you stoked for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 already?