Samsung introduces Galaxy Tab, touchscreen Tablet in India at 38000
Samsung launched and introduced its Galaxy Tab, in India It is a 7-inch touchscreen tablet and India is one among the three countries in the world where it is being launched the "Galaxy Tab". The latest version of Google's operating software for mobile devices, "Android Froyo" is used in the device. .
The "Galaxy Tab" is smaller in size and lighter in weight. Having twice the RAM, the device has the same speed processor. Galaxy Tab has different options for internal storage, with an expandable storage upto 32GB. The new feature of Galaxy Tab is it is fitted with two cameras a rear-facing 3.2-megapixel camera and a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video chatting . However, the present models of the iPad have none while the Galaxy Tab has two cameras.
Samsung company claims up to 7 hours of video playback for the Galaxy Tab.
The new device "Galaxy Tab" would be available in the market from November 10 at a price of Rs 38,000.
"We feel demand for tablets is poised to grow phenomenally as users start to experience the limitless potential of this device ," said Ranjit Yadav, director (mobile & IT) at Samsung India. Galaxy Tab aims to satisfy, the demand among users for device that allows for rich computing experience.
Galaxy Tab follows Apple which had launched iPad early this year in India; the , small touchscreen computing device have seen a huge growth potential and various hardware manufacturers are vying themselves to cash in on the boom. . According to Research Mason, "over 24 million tablets are expected to be sold in 2011 worldwide, amounting to over 100 percent growth in one year." For Galaxy Tab, Samsung said it has partnered in India with various telecom companies.
"Operators like Airtel, Aircel, Vodafone, Tata Docomo and RCOM will be announcing very exciting offers and data plans with the Galaxy Tab when we commence sales of the Galaxy Tab," said Yadav. He further added that India specific content" like maps from MapMyIndia and apps that allow access to Indian newspapers will come preloaded on the device."
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