Samsung's Android powered tablet is expected to be unveiled at IFA 2010

Samsung's Android powered tablet is expected to be unveiled at IFA 2010
News regarding tablets have dominated the headlines of late, especially when a handful of traditional  handset manufacturers are expected to dive head first into this vast and growing market. Samsung is making a name for itself in the US right now thanks to a healthy dose of Android powered smartphones that are currently, and soon will be, making their rounds. However, Samsung is already hard at work in bringing their Android tablet to market – with some believing that the Korean company would unveil it at an event tomorrow in New York City.

According to an article in JoongAng Daily, the device won't be on hand at that event, but it will instead be revealed at IFA next month – an annual expo that will commence September 3 in Berlin. Just like the mix of Galaxy S smartphones out there, the Samsung Tab will naturally be a high-end tablet offering that will feature a 7” display, dual cameras, 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, and will be powered by Android 2.2 Froyo.

source: JoongAng Daily via Samsung Hub


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