The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Is Coming Soon

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is an enhanced and larger version of the popular Galaxy Tablet, with a host of advanced functionality and aesthetic appeal. This tablet measures 246 mm x 170 mm wide whilst being 10 mm thick and weighing 600 g in weight.

As the name suggests the display screen within this particular tablet is 10.1 inches in size, and offers TFT capacitive touch screen functionality. The screen is able to display outstanding quality imagery by virtue of the 16 million colours, the screen is able to display within the confines of an 800 x 1280 pixel screen resolution. The screen comes with multi-touch navigation in addition to touch sensitive controls, whilst also providing accelerometer, proximity sensors and a three axis gyro sensor. In addition the user is able to take advantage of the swype text input facility provided as standard.

The unit comes with stereo speakers, offering effective sound reproduction in addition to a 3.5 mm jack which can be utilised for personal listening options. Additional connectivity is provided by virtue of the MicroSD card slot which enables the user to enhance available memory capacity up to 32 GB. The unit also comes with USB, Bluetooth as well as EDGE and GPRS connections, whilst also providing Internet access by virtue of either Wi Fi or its own alternative HSDPA connection which provides access at an impressive 21 Mbps.

The tablet utilises the honeycomb version of the android operating system, which is version 3.0, and combines this with a 1 GHz dual core processor. This provides seamless and efficient operating of the relevant functions and features contained within the unit.

The tablet also comes with an 8.0 megapixel camera which operates at 3264 x 2448 pixels and includes geo-tagging, autofocus as well as an LED flash. In addition the camera can also be utilised to record video at 24 frames per second and 1080 pixels, whilst a secondary 2.0 megapixel camera is also provided. Additional functionality is provided by virtue of the satellite navigation feature, an MP4/MP3 multimedia player, document viewer, organiser as well as digital compass and TV-out.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, much like the HTC Flyer, will be a new entrant to this expanding market. There is no doubt that the tablet arena has grown significantly since the inception of the iPad, as testified by the number of manufacturers that are bringing out tablet style devices.

By lexutor