Powered by Google's Android Honeycomb OS, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus weighs in at 345g and measures at only 9.96mm thin. Operated by a 1.2GHz dual core processor, the 7-inch mobile tablet incorporates Mini Apps, which allows for seamless multitasking by consolidating seven applications which can be easily accessed via a bottom-side tray on the main screen.
Web browsing is significantly enhanced, thanks to Adobe Flash and the HSPA+ connectivity, clocking download speeds of up to three times faster than the conventional HSPA connection. In addition, the tablet also comes with Social Hub and Readers Hub features.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will be available from Jan 2012 at S$768, without line contract.
Armed with a 1.4GHz dual core application processor, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the world's first mobile tablet to feature the Super AMOLED Plus display. The device achieves sharp, high-contrast images - made possible with the technology which allows for a wider range of colors with greater separation between light and dark backgrounds.
At only 7.89mm thin, the tablet weighs a mere 335g and offers the HSPA+ 21Mbps network for smooth web-loading. With its 5100mAh battery delivering up to 10 hours of video playback time, users can enjoy 1080p full HD playback, DivX included multi codec and Micro SD.
Also the first mobile tablet to be pre-loaded with Samsung's Game Hub, users can enjoy easy access to social games. Readers Hub showcases a library of more than 2.3 million books, 2000 newspapers, and 3000 magazines, all in up to 49 languages, while the Social Hub compiles emails, contacts, calendar, and social network connections into a single interface.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be available in Feb 2012 at S$898, without line contract.
Both tablets will reportedly get an Ice Cream Sandwich update. During the press conference, we approached Samsung Singapore for an estimated time frame for the update, but unfortunately, the company is unable to comment at this point in time.