“These are the thinnest large format tablet on the market. Samsung will not be outdone”, said the Chief Strategist of the manufacturer, Omar Khan in Orlando at the CTIA Wireless.
To kick off the event on March 22 this year, the manufacturer has unveiled two new tablets, which we of course do not want to deprive you.
The Galaxy tab 8.9 is a light-weight 470 g and beats heavy iPad 2 to lengths so that the 580 g. The Galaxy tab 10.1 comes on 595 g. Both measuring 8.6 mm thick and 2 to 2 mm thinner than the iPad. Inside the tablets, a dual processor with 1 GHz clock to provide core for the desired performance and speed.
Also makes use of Samsung of the new version of Android 3.0 honeycomb and offers its customers a small highlight a TouchWiz user interface.
The display is in the Galaxy tab 8.9, as the name suggests 8.9 inches tall and with the Galaxy tab 10.1 therefore 10.1 inch. The resolution is very high with 1280 x 800 pixels with two tabs. The battery is strongly with 10.1 and 6000 mAh stark at the 8.9 6800 mah. He aims to ensure 10 hours run time.
Both tablets have two cameras. It is used on the front of video telephony with 2 mega pixels. The camera on the back with resolves 3 mega pixels and has as additional auto-focus and LED Licht. Video images are possible with this camera at a resolution of 1080 pixels.
Two speakers give you the desired sound.
Browsing the Web may of course not to come short. However, it is sufficiently provided with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
For customers who want to use your tab in the business sector, Samsung provides, inter alia, the integration of business object Explorer (SAP) and Exchange ActiveSync (Microsoft).
The cheap Wi-Fi variant of the Galaxy tab 10.1 16 GB would be June 8 for 499 euros, the more expensive 32 GB memory for 599 euros. The Galaxy tab to 8.9 in the Wi-Fi version with 16 GB memory 469 cost $, 32 GB memory 569 dollars and will likely come out in early summer.
At 7mobile.de you can order the new Samsung tablet, once it is known exactly when the tabs are celebrating release.