Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 might be “oppressed” in certain parts of the world, but that does not mean the South Korean consumer electronics giant is going to sit down and sulk in a corner. No sir, they have just released a new tablet known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 in India. The Galaxy Tab 750 will run on Android 3.x Honeycomb which has been specially optimized for tablets, measuring a mere 8.6mm in thickness.
Seems that Samsung has learnt a lot from their foray with the Galaxy S II and its slim form factor – this model will still be able to cram in NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, HSPA+ support, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation capability, a 3-megapixel camera at the rear and a 2-megapixel camera in front, HD video recording (720p) capability and Full HD playback, 16GB of internal memory and a 7,000mAh battery which is touted to run for around 9 hours on average.
The Galaxy Tab 750 will run on Samsung’s very own TouchWiz UI which will offer support for Live Panel, Mini Apps and different Hubs like Social and Readers Hub, where said tablet will arrive in that part of the world before August is over. Hopefully we will see it rear its head on the FCC soon.
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