Alleged sighting of the Samsung Galaxy Tab in the wild

Samsung_galaxy_tab_spotted_in_wild The promising sounding Samsung Galaxy Tab, which made its first appearance in early June through the official South African Twitter page for Samsung before being quickly pulled, has been spotted in the wild world of Twitter once again through user Metabaron. The latest sighting is unfortunately not as pristine as the previous image, but it certainly seems to be the same tablet with its rounded corners and matte silver edge. Taken during what appears to be some sort of presentation, the latest image provides a much better idea of the size of the 7-inch tablet in hand.

Rumored to feature a Super AMOLED display, ship with Android 2.2 Froyo, be powered by a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A8 based processor, have 16GB of inbuilt storage, a 4000mAh battery, and arrive sometime in September, the Galaxy Tab is one of the most exciting mid-sized tablets on the horizon. I personally can't wait for the official unveiling to get the rest of the nitty gritty details and find out when we can get our hands on Samsung's entry into the Android tablet arena. I'm also curious regarding the final name, with the device also previously being called the S-Pad, the Galaxy Tape, and the Galaxy Tab P1000.

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Jeremy To

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