Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Gets A 1.2Ghz Dual-Core CPU, Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS!

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Samsung has just announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, an Android tablet that has all the goodnesses of the original Galaxy Tab 7 tablet, and much more. The very first distinction would be aesthetics.

While the design is smaller than the original Galaxy Tab 7, it’s slightly thicker, but that doesn’t corrode the beauteous looks in anyway. Another distinctive feature of the Galaxy Tab 7.p Plus is that it comes with Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS loaded out-of-the-box.

Not to mention,  the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus features a faster dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz and of course better RAM and other hardware specifications. The design is promising. Even more promising is the fact that it’s loads of features that we absent in the original 7” Galaxy Tab.

For instance, the new Galaxy Tab 7 Plus is fitted with a gigabyte of RAM for faster and smoother processing of apps and games. It also has a revved up front-facing camera with a 2 megapixel lens for high-clarity video calling.

The 3 megapixel Autofocus camera on the back is assisted by a LED flash, and can record 720p HD video is beautiful detail while the 1024×600 screen is capable of 1080p video playback.

The device weights 345gms and is just 9.6mm thick, has 16GB of onboard storage and can support expandable memory of up to 32GB courtesy of a microSD card. It will be released by the end of October in select markets including Austria and Indonesia.

Later, the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus Android tablet will make its way to Africa, China, CIS, Europe, Japan, Latin America, Middle East, Southeast and Southwest Asia and US. In the United States, the tablet will be (at least, initially) available through AT&T until Samsung expands the offerings to other carriers.

There’s nary a word on the price or the exact launch date or availability schedule for the tablet. However, we believe that the Galaxy Tab Plus price will be slighter heavier than other recently released tablets including the much-discussed Amazon Kindle Fire which is a tablet of good stature, but does not rhyme technically with the features of the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus.

We will keep you posted as more details surface. Stay tuned!

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