Samsung is clearly still feeling jiggy in the tablet department, and has just tossed out an update of its original 7″ Galaxy Tab.
The update sees Android 3.2 lobbed into the mix and the CPU being beefed up to a 1.2GHz dual-core number, backed by 21Mbps HSPA+ support.
The Honeycomb-powered tablet has also seen the front facing camera enjoy a megapixel boost from 1.3MP to 2MP, although the resolution of the PLS display panel stays the same at 1024×600 pixels.
Weighing a pocketable just 345g and measuring up at a thinner 9.96mm, the tablet comes with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface, a 3MP autofocus main camera, full HD video playback with 720p HD video recording, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Wi-Fi Direct.
There’s 16 or 32GB of internal memory onboard and a microSD card slot offering support for cards up to 64GB, so there should be ’nuff space for all your content.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will start shunting into Indonesia and Austria from the middle of next month, with other regions following shortly after. Prices are to be confirmed.
Specs in the house!
Here’s a barrel of specs for y’all to mull over.