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Samsung Galaxy Tab review
Dennis Hissink : December 25th 2010 - 13:30 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy Tab review at LetsGoMobile : The tablet concept has already existed for a while, but the tablet only really broke through with the arrival of Apple’s flagship, the iPad. The iPad appeals to a large group of users, the majority of which are consumers. Although Apple has gotten a head start because there was no competition, the industry has since woken up. Samsung is one of those manufacturers that sees opportunity and has jumped into Apple’s wake with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab. Additionally, Samsung is aiming at business users and consumers.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab review

Samsung Galaxy Tab review
LetsGoMobile adds: "The Samsung Galaxy Tab can be comfortably held in one hand, just like holding a smartphone, although you will notice its weight after a while. I put the tablet flat on the table to keep working with it. Operation is intuitive and the tablet’s buttons in combination with the touch control make it easy to navigate. The card slot for the microSD/SDHC cards and the SIM slot are found on the side of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. In addition, the on/off button and the volume button are neatly integrated into the side. The front of the Samsung Tab, there is a VGA camera for video calling, and a 3 Megapixel camera is on the back."

Android tablet review

Samsung Android tablet review
LetsGoMobile continues: "The Samsung Galaxy Tab that we used for this test was equipped with Android 2.2. Although some say that only with Android 3.0 will the tablet be truly supported, Samsung obviously does not agree. Samsung has adjusted Android 2.2 in such a way that the Galaxy Tab can easily be marketed. It is expected, however, that as soon as a new version of Android becomes available, Samsung will be the first in line for it, and bring this version to its Tab-clients."

Samsung Galaxy Tab review

Samsung Galaxy Tab review
The iPad has competition, the Samsung Galaxy Tab. A new and very compact Android tablet that offers full web browsing like your desktop and let you enjoy all kind of multimedia, at home or in the field. With the Galaxy Tab Samsung offers the complete mobile solution for everyone who wants to stay connected all the time. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is immediately available. Read the full Samsung Galaxy Tab review at LetsGoMobile.




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