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Mark Peters : November 22th 2010 - 02:08 CET
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SamsungAT&T to expand Tablet portfolio with the Samsung Galaxy Tab : AT&T, the U.S. leader in emerging devices, and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), the number one mobile phone provider in the United States announced that AT&T plans to offer the new Samsung Galaxy Tab in time for the holiday season. Powered by the Google Android 2.2 software platform, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab touts a 7-inch enhanced TFT touch screen, 1Ghz Hummingbird application processor, support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Media Hub - Samsung’s own content service that offers an extensive library of acclaimed films and TV programming, Samsung Social Hub, dual cameras, and many additional features.
Samsung Galaxy TAB

Samsung Galaxy Tab
AT&T will sell the Samsung Galaxy Tab in its company owned retail stores and online at the AT&T website in the coming months with other distribution partners to be announced at launch. Pricing for the tablet and AT&T data plan options will also be announced closer to the launch date. AT&T consumers will experience PC-like web-browsing with the Samsung tablet and will have access to many forms of multimedia content on the 7-inch display, on the go. Moreover, Samsung Galaxy Tab users can communicate via e-mail, SMS or social networking with the optimized user interface.

Samsung GalaxyTAB

AT&T Samsung GalaxyTab
“We’re looking forward to expanding our computing device portfolio and giving our AT&T customers more great choices with the new Samsung Galaxy tab”, said Glenn Lurie, president of AT&T's emerging devices. “By teaming with Samsung Mobile to deliver the Samsung Galaxy Tab, we’re equipping our customers with new and exciting ways to connect to the nation’s fastest mobile broadband network.”

Samsung Galaxy TAB

Samsung Galaxy Tab features
In addition to the numerous Samsung Mobile driven features, the AT&T-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab will also feature AT&T Connection Manager, which automatically connects users to AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots to better manage data usage. AT&T customers will also have access to AT&T’s Wi-Fi network, featuring more than 20,000 hot spots nationwide.

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