Galaxy Tab Specs, Commercial – Official Launch Details

Posted: September 2, 2010 in Galaxy Tab
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Samsung officially announced their Galaxy Tab this morning at their even in Berlin, Germany.  Along with it they announced the full spec sheet and accessories, along with availability.

Along with the announcement they updated the official site to include more than a teaser video.  You can now explore all the features and options of the Galaxy Tab and get a good understanding of what this device can do.

Pictured below are the full spec sheets.  This thing is packing some serious power as you can see. 

Although the 3MP camera on the back doesn’t seem to be up to par with any mobile device that has a built-in camera, it’s better than no camera at all, plus this will have the front facing camera for video calling which I think would be more useful on a tablet and a rear side camera.

Below you can see a full line of accessories that will be available for the device.  The one that has me confused is the TV out cable.  That looks like a composite video connection which maxes out at 480p.  You would think they would offer a HDMI or component video cable for HD viewing on a big screen. 

 

Lastly we have the availability.  Although I would’ve liked to see more specifics for the US market, you have to think it’s not far off.  Officially they say:

“The Samsung GALAXY Tab will be launched in Europe in mid September, and in other markets including Korea, the US and Asia in coming months.”

So I would be looking for an October/November release in the US for this one.  Probably closer to Christmas for Verizon customers.

Oh, and here’s the latest commercial!

Source: Samsung

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