Say, “Goodbye iPad, Hello Galaxy Tab”

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is finally here, and by the looks of it the iPad has nothing on it. The Tab runs Android 2.2 out of the box, meaning full Flash player (yeah, don’t mention it to Steve Jobs because he doesn’t know what it is), it has a front camera for video calling, it has a back 3.0mp camera with flash, a 7″ HD LCD screen, Bluetooth 3.0, and the list goes on and on. It has been rumored that a unsubsidised Tab will cost you anywhere from 600 to 1100 Euros, so this absolutely has to go to a cellular carrier.

So lets get a little deeper. The Tab has excellent navigation capabilities, as seen from the official commercial. It has full Flash, meaning you can browse the web just as you do on a regular computer, and it is a much better experience than what Apple has to offer. Augmented reality will be very cool on a tablet device, and because it runs Android it will be possible with the Layar app which is available on the Android Market for any devices with 2.0 or greater. Books will be possible on this device as well, just like pretty much every other tablet. With the front camera, you can video call on the go.

I personally think the idea is brilliant. We at AGRS will be buying one and it may even be on the release date, which is within the “coming months”.

Nicolas Wiggins
Android Correspondent

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