Samsung has announced a new Android tablet in Japan. It’s not that rumored 10-inch tablet, but another 7-inch (1024 x 600 pixels) one called Samsung SMT-i9100.
The SMT-i9100 doesn’t look like the Galaxy Tab P1000, and it also has some different features: 2MP photo camera, no front-facing camera, no TouchWiz UI (an “Ocean Observation UI” is used instead), and only 4GB of internal memory.
Other than that, it also comes with Android 2.2 Froyo, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, 512MB of RAM, and MicroSD card support.
The Samsung SMT-i9100 Android tablet should be available starting next year via KDDI (Japan’s second largest mobile carrier), for an unknown price. No word yet if Samsung plans to introduce it in other markets.
Via Samsung Hub
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