Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G
In addition to their 4G smartphone, Samsung has a 4G tablet ready to launch with Verizon’s LTE network. If you are familiar with our site, you’ve certainly seen Chippy’s thoroughly detailed review of the Galaxy Tab, but there’s actually more going into this Galaxy Tab than 4G compatible hardware.
Samsung is bumping the Galaxy Tab’s 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU to 1.2GHz. They’re also increasing the rear camera resolution from 3.2MP to 5MP. The addition of 4G could have a major impact on battery life, but this has yet to be seen since the device hasn’t been released yet.
- Android 2.2
- Samsung S5PC110 Cortex A8 CPU @ 1.2GHz
- PowerVR SGX graphics
- LED backlit 7” capacitive touchscreen @ 1024×600
- 5MP rear camera auto-focus with single-LED flash
- 1.3MP front-facing camera
- 16GB of internal memory
- WiFi b/g/n & Bluetooth 3.0
- 4G (LTE) connectivity
- MicroSD slot
You don’t have to look far for quality coverage of the Galaxy Tab. Chippy has you covered on all fronts. Aside from a metallic finish around the sides of the device, and a matte backing with 4G logo, we’re not anticipating that the Galaxy Tab 4G will feel or function much differently than the original. Here’s a quick look at the Galaxy Tab 4G, follow up by Chippy’s in-depth look at the original: