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First tablet device from Samsung

Samsung Electronics on Friday launched its first tablet device — Galaxy Tab — powered by the latest Android operating system and priced at Rs.38,000. The device brings together all of Samsung‘s leading innovations to provide users with more capabilities while on the move.

Consumers are able to experience PC-like web-browsing and enjoy all forms of multimedia content on 7-inch TFTLCD display screen. Users can create and edit all office documents, while its high-resolution screen delivers exciting mobile experience for watching films, viewing pictures, e-reading or sharing documents,” said company Director (Mobile and IT) Ranjit Yadav. Moreover, users can continuously communicate via e-mail, voice and video call, SMS/MMS or social network with the optimised user interface. More than one lakh Android Market applications were accessible on the Galaxy Tab which offered consumers huge scope for customizing their Galaxy Tab as per their needs, he added. via The Hindu : Business / Companies : First tablet device from Samsung.

How happy they look? As if they are holding the holy grail.

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About Sandeep Bhalla

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One response to “First tablet device from Samsung

  • Irene

    I still think the Galaxy S needs some major GPS and other improvements even with the 2.2 udpate. 😦 It really needs RFS filesystem to die! The one click lagfix is so neccessary.

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