Samsungs Galaxy Tablet shows up again
The flood gates have officially opened on the Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Yesterday brought us a creepy voyeur-esq over the shoulder video of the Galaxy Tablet being tested on a train in Australia. Today brings us even more juicy pictures and even another video. But this time the video is a short 19 second teaser of the tablet and looks to be quite official!
The pictures of the new Galaxy tab surface out of a Chinese based website called ifanr. The site has seemingly gotten their hands on some pictures of the Galaxy Tab and is showing them off in all their glory. The details and specs of the Galaxy Tab pictured are indeed in line with what has been leaked in the past. However the exact OS and model number are seemingly exposed in this round of pictures and add a little more detail to the party. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is also known as the GT-P1000 and it is running Froyo via Android 2.2. Within the iFanr leak also comes the luck users own opinion on some of the Galaxy Tabs features. The tipster to the site states that the Galaxy Tab is indeed made of plastic -as most Samsung products are- and is extremely light weight due to the lack of a metal casing. The lucky tipper also confirms a 1024×600 resolution within the 7 inch screen of the Galaxy Tab and then further confirms its thickness to be larger than that of a Dell Streak. Other information out of the leak from iFanr is 3G connectivity, a 3.2 MP camera as well as preloaded “ebook” reader that is held in high regard according to the tipster. So take it with a grain of salt people as this seemingly looks like a prototype and whats up with the iOS charger?
In other Galaxy Tab news it looks as if a Galaxy Tablet teaser video has made its way to the interwebs. The short teaser looks very good and seemingly makes this Galaxy Tab so much cooler at least for about 19 seconds. So go check out the video and let us know what you think as the Galaxy Tab is getting closer to an electronics store near you!Samsung, Froyo, leak, Galaxy Tab, Android