Samsung Galaxy Tab Review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Display
Samsung Galaxy Tab looks stylish and compact. The tablet has been designed uniquely where the front color is in sync with the side panels. The curvy corner of Galaxy Tab makes it even more enticing. 190.1*120.5*12mm and weighs 380g. It has a plastic body which pulls down its weight and gives it an elegant look. Galaxy Tab has a TFT capacitive touchscreen flaunting 16 million colors and offering a resolution of 600*1024 pixels. The major highlight of the display is undoubtedly the touchscreen measuring 7 inches. The other prominent highlights of the display include Swype-text input, accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, multi-touch input method, proximity sensor for auto turn off, touch sensitive controls and three axis gyro sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Operating System
Samsung Galaxy Tab runs on the latest version of the Android, known as Froyo. The updated version of the operating system enables the users to enjoy several features and applications being the most functional and user-friendly operating system.
Samsung Galaxy Tab: Network and Connectivity
Since Samsung Galaxy Tab is nothing short of a tablet PC, the connectivity options got to be top class. Galaxy Tab is supportive of both 2G and 3G network connectivity. The 2G network users get the support of the quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900, while the 3G network users are assisted by HSDPA 900/1900/2100. For ensuring an enhanced process of high speed connectivity, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, HSDPA at 7.2 Mbps facilitate the process. For enabling the process of data connectivity to or from other compatible devices, it can be done using USB and Bluetooth facilities.
Samsung Galaxy Tab: Multimedia
The multimedia features of Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab are quite appealing. Tablet has a 3.15 megapixel camera that comes with auto focus LED Flash offering a resolution of 2048*1536 pixels. The other feature is geo-tagging. The camera is enabled with the power to shoot videos with 720*480@30fps. Galaxy Tab has also a 1.3 megapixel secondary camera for video calling. It has high-end media players capable of playing diverse files. However, there is no FM Radio.
The Galaxy is about the size of those larger paperbacks, and can be loaded with the reading of e-books. Android’s OS makes it easy to access system brightness, a must for people who read at night.
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