Samsung Galaxy Tablet PC Coming Soon, Are You Waiting For One?
Seems like Samsung has finally realized the cocksure potential markets that tablet PCs are providing a few other competing companies around the world. Lately though, Samsung’s newest venture with the same has surfaced now- a Samsung tablet PC christened as the Samsung Galaxy Tablet is already hitting waves on the tech shores.
The Samsung Galaxy Tablet would definitely be company’s first Android-based touchscreen tablet PC – presumably christened after the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S Smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy is allegedly reported to come in three variants – a 7-incher, an 8-incher and a 10-incher.
Each of these tablets is an Android-laden touchscreen beauty with 3G support, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity and comes integrated with Google services including Google Search, Google Mail, Google Talk, Google Maps and Youtube among numerous other features.
The Samsung Galaxy Android Tablet is capable of mp3 and mp4 playback, which adds some essence of portable entertainment to the device. Furthermore, the device supports SMS, MMS, RSS feeds, push email, web browsing and more.
Out of the box, the Samsung Galaxy Android tablet PC is expected to run Android 2.1 OS layered with the Touchwiz 3.0 interface with support for upgrade to Android 2.2 OS in the near future. There are no details on its pricing and availability yet, but it is expected to be available in Black and Grey colors.
Featured : Samsung Android Tablet PC (right)
The Samsung Galaxy Tablet features a front-facing camera, which apparently comes in handy for making video calls over Skype or such other VOIP services. It’s a scaled-up version of the original Samsung Galaxy S Smartphone that boasts a 4-inch display.
Reportedly, the 7-inch version of the tablet is slated for August 2010 launch, while the 8-inch and 10-inch Samsung Tablet PCs will be available by November and December respectively.
The iPad has already taken over the tablet PCs market by a storm. Then, there are Asus EeePC and Dell Streak and a few others……Will Samsung’s tablet PCs find enough takers? Do we really need another Android tablet PC — maybe we do, considering our love for its Touchwiz interface.
There are no details on the pricing and global availability of this tablet yet. But it is reported to hit the Korean markets first. We’ll try to keep you updated as more details surface. Stay tuned.