I certainly was not expecting a new Galaxy Tab to be announced this morning and in a way I feel like a new one wasn’t. Samsung just announced that it will be releasing the Galaxy Tab 2 in Europe. The Galaxy Tab 2 is essentially the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus with a 1 GHz dual…
A leaked image was found from Samsung Mobile Unpacked was found earlier showing an image with the names of three unannounced products: Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Wave 3, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. These products will be revealed at IFA September 1st, 2011 in Berlin. We were already expecting a second generation Galaxy Tab 7, but it now looks like it will be known as the Galaxy Tab 7.7. We can assume that it will have a 7.7 inch screen because of its name. We do not know anything about the specs, but it is safe to say that it will feature at least dual-core processor running Honeycomb 3.2 with TouchWiz UX.
The Galaxy Note could be a note taking device to replace the vaporware that Note Slate promised, but that is complete speculation.
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The forever adored Galaxy Tab 7 has the internet whispering about what the sequel will bring. The latest rumors are suggesting that the Galaxy Tab 7 2nd Gen will be even better than previously predicted. Instead of the plain old 1024 x 600 we are used to with the original Galaxy Tab, it gets updated to 1280 x 800 (the same as the rest of the second gen Tabs).
Whoa! It looks like some details have surfaced on the unannounced successor of the Original Galaxy Tab 7. When the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was announced, there was a huge uproar because it did not have a 7-inch display. The advantage of the smaller screen size is you can hold it easily in one hand and even put it in your back pocket.
Lots more details and specs after the break.
There have been many powerful tablets being announced in the past weeks and months from the Motorola Xoom to the HP TouchPad. Samsung fans have been dying to find out what the Galaxy Tab line has in store for this year.
Specs and more after the break.
Verizon is updating their Galaxy Tab model with upgraded specs including 4G LTE and a 1.2 GHz processor. We already compared the new Galaxy Tab to the old one, so now it seems fit to compare it to the other tablet available on Verizon. That tablet, of course being the iPad.
Full specs breakdown and thoughts after the break.