Samsung Galaxy Tablet spotted in Israel testing calls

CDMA joins the 7-inch, Android 2.2 party of the Galaxy Tab

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Galaxy Tab gets CDMA

With the Samsung Galaxy Tablet set to be officially unveiled at IFA this coming Thursday, September 2nd, the leaked images, spy shots and spotted outings that have proven so tantalising over the past months show no sign of stopping.

The latest leaked snaps of the Samsung Galaxy Tablet appeared over the weekend this time coming from Israel as the mooted Andoid 2.2 powered iPad challenger continues its globetrotting ways following previously sightings in Australia and the US.

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Despite an official video release from Samsung last week leaving little more than release dates and unit prices to be revealed, the leaked Israeli pictures of the 7-inch video calling capable device offer one exciting new insight, the confirmation of a bandwidth maximising CDMA version.

Outed by a sticker on the tablet, the CDMA capabilities of the Samsung device have been well received by the apparent Israeli users who on the Israeli Android forum iAndroid claims the tablet: "Works very fast...Multi touch works fine...Really feel as if admiring the Galaxy S only big." Adding: “Indeed comes with a 2.2, very strong speaker. We've made some calls and it just sounds good. Own GPS little slow in the beginning but works perfectly. "

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