It hasn't been long since the last leak about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab, but that has now been quickly followed up by a new set of detailed images of the tablet along with confirmation of a few of the earlier rumors. The new images are fairly consistent with the first sneak-peek image from Samsung, apart from the lack of the silver lining around the edge of the tablet and a slight change in the arrangement of buttons at the bottom of the device to match Android guidelines.
The new images also confirm that the Galaxy Tab will run Android 2.2 Froyo, carry the previously rumored GT-P1000 model number, and have a high-res 7-inch WSVGA (1024×600) AMOLED capacitive touch screen. Some of the other specs include a 3.2MP rear-facing camera, QVGA webcam, 3G, Bluetooth, b/g/n WiFi, and GPS. Early opinions of the tablet are that it feels a bit light and plasticky in comparison to Apple's iPad, although these are probably based on a pre-production prototype. Check out a few more images after the break and head to ifanr.com to see the full set and read their impressions.