Samsung is reportedly readying a 7-inch Android tablet for later this year. The tablet could be called Samsung S-Pad and should run Android – thus being a good alternative to Apple’s iPad (which runs iPhone OS).
According to ET News, the Samsung S-Pad tablet will be launched in August – first in South Korea, via SK Telecom. The tablet will be the world’s first to feature a Super AMOLED display (like the Samsung Wave and Samsung Galaxy S phones), and it should also come with 3G, Wi-Fi, USB and access to Samsung Apps.
The price of Samsung S-Pad is not known at the moment.
Samsung already has tablets – the latest being the Samsung Mondi (pictured below), which runs Windows Mobile 6.1, featuring WiMax and a full QWERTY keyboard.
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