We live in a modern world of portable computers where more and more companies are focusing on tablets rather than traditional desktops and laptops. And these companies are also realizing that India is a big market to capture with lots of positives foreseeable for several companies. In light of this, Samsung have brought their Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus to the Indian market, shrouded in a little-too-costly price tag of around 27k.
The capabilities of the tablet are undoubted – packed with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, a 7-inch display, 3 megapixel camera with flash and 720p video recording, front facing 2 megapixel camera, 1GB RAM, 16GB built-in storage with support for WiFi and 3G connectivity — all running on Android 3.2 Honeycomb, but we do feel the Korean company might not get the response they want with a profit margin which is a little too high for my liking for a 7-incher. Should work well for you, though, if you’re not fond of iPad-size tablets (close to 10-inches).
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus also bundles Samsung’s TouchWiz UI and apps like Social Hub, Music Hub and Readers Hub.
After battling it out for almost the entire 2011, Samsung and Apple’s war just won’t cease even on the last day of the year, throwing up a new controversy to welcome 2012 on a bitter note between them.
Apparently, Samsung has cast the same little girl that Apple used for an iPhone 4S advert, for their own TV commercial, sparking of a huge debate whether Samsung has at least one person left with an original idea or no.
Obviously, it could all just be a coincidence as well weighing up the girl’s acting skills. But then, given the recent unrest between the two tech giants, which reached new levels of sourness worldwide towards the end of 2011, many believe this is just another move by the Korean company to mock its bitter rivals from Cupertino, California.
Or, seeing it in lighter vein, we can blame Apple for this controversy for they forgot to patent the little girl 😛 [ah! me and my sad jokes].
As expected, Samsung made much ado about having Adobe’s Flash capabilities as Apple continues to shun Adobe. But apart from that, is there any other reason why you would prefer the 10.1 Tab over the iPad?
Google giving away free Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablets at the Google I/O 2011 developer conference to every person who attended the conference.There were around 5500 attendees so obviously Google is giving away atleast 5500 Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablets for free.