Leaked Verizon fact sheet reveals answers to your Samsung Galaxy Tab questions

Leaked Verizon fact sheet reveals answers to your Samsung Galaxy Tab questions
As we reported yesterday, speculation centers on a November 1st launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab for Verizon. With that date only a few weeks away, the carrier's reps need to study hard to be able to give you informed answers to your questions about the 7 inch, Android 2.2 equipped pad. To help the reps know just what to say, Verizon has internally released a sheet that passes along facts about the device.

A leaked copy of this fact sheet shows that when a potential customer asks what the difference is between the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Apple iPad, the Verizon salesman should bring up the iPad's lack of Flash support, front and rear facing camera vs. no camera at all on Apple's tablet, more powerful multitasking on the Samsung product, and the fact that the Galaxy Tab is thinner and lighter than the iPad.

Verizon expects you to walk into its store and ask if the Samsung Galaxy Tab can be used with one hand (yes) and what Android 2.2 brings to the device (Flash 10.1, access to the Android Market) among others. Other answers show that Big Red's version of the tablet will include Backup Assist, My Verizon, VZ Navigator, and a number of  exclusive applications like VCAST Video, VCAST Music and VCAST Song ID.

Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMA Specifications | Preview (EU version)

source: AndroidCentral

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Galaxy Tab CDMA
  • Display 7.0 inches 600 x 1024 pixels
  • Camera 3 MP (Single camera) 1.3 MP front
  • Hardware Samsung Exynos 3 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 2GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 4000 mAh
  • OS Android 2.2


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