The Samsung Galaxy Tab might only have hit UK stores last week but that hasn’t slowed Sammy down as the Korean company displayed its 7-inch tablet sporting a Super-AMOLED display today.
Rumoured last week the 1200 x 600p resolution display has been demoed at the FPD International Expo in Tokyo trumping the current 1024 x 600p TFT-LCD offering.
The arrival of the Super-AMOLED display on the Android 2.2, 1GHz processor powered Samsung Galaxy Tab further reinforces rumours of an updated model of the dual-camera boasting tablet coming early in 2011.
Also on display from Samsung at the FPD International Expo is the heavily rumoured 10.1-inch edition of the company’s iPad challenger. Sporting an enlarged edition of the current LCD display the iPad-esq sized tablet sets up an exciting battle for tablet supremacy in 2011 alongside the expected Apple iPad 2 and the soon to launch BlackBerry PlayBook from Rim.
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