Expected to be announced in early September (thus in less than a month from now), Samsung’s first Android tablet will surely be sold via some mobile operators around the world.
One of them seems to be Vodafone UK, which, according to Engadget, has a “Samsung Galaxy Tablet” in its systems.
Since the 7-inch tablet features 3G, Vodafone should offer it together with various data contracts.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab will run Android 2.2 Froyo, and the latest rumors suggest it features a 1GHz S5PC110 processor – like the Galaxy S smartphone. It’s also said that the tablet’s screen resolution is 800 x 480 pixels. Other expected features: Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.2MP photo camera, and a front-facing camera for video calling.
We still don’t know the price of Samsung‘s first Android tablet, but more details should be out soon.
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