Galaxy Tab Samsung looks set to make waves in the world of tablets that until now has been dominated by Apple iPad, although there are many other brands out there, but they have no real culture and digital effects to IPAD. In fact, recent statistics have shown that IPAD is cannibalized 50% of laptop sales for some retailers in the U.S., which is much more when you think about it. Who said the market has been compressed a niche, and was separated from the laptop / netbook demographic?
Well, the Galaxy card on paper looks like a masterpiece, and is set to arrive in the United States through Verizon Wireless in the coming weeks. Make no mistake about Samsung Galaxy card comes with a brilliant 7-inch touchscreen, which is 1.2GHz Hummingbird Cortex A8 application processor offers users a clearer HTML web browsing experience, regardless of where they are (if the battery life and Internet connectivity , of course). Not only that, because it arrives via Verizon Wireless, is also involved in other shops, such as V CAST Music Rhapsody, V CAST Video on Demand Song ID V Cast, VZ Navigator – things that normally come with the smartphone. Verizon knows that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so they have also thrown in games such as “Let’s Golf” and “Nova.”
The tab Galaxy Samsung aims to make solid sales figures this season, marketed as the ideal travel companion where you can download a book for the Kindle electronic reader, or enjoy a Slacker Radio Another type of listening experience more than 100 radio stations to use, or even watch a video with its generous display works much better than a normal screen smartphone. Mobile multimedia experience is further enhanced with the full support of Adobe Flash 10.1. Other than that, you get a 3 megapixel camera and a front to rear a 1.3 megapixel camera, when using the video chat. 2 GB of internal memory can be expanded through a slot for microSD memory cards, while the Wi-Fi lets you stay connected to the Internet where there is no 3G signal. No information on pricing, but hopefully the next few weeks will help to better understand this issue.