Wednesday , October 18 2017

Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus pictured in the US, could be the new Galaxy Tab going to Telstra

TmoNews have received four pictures of pictures of what their source claims to be the Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus — a 7-inch Galaxy Tab with a 1024×600 Super AMOLED display, single-core Cortex A9 CPU and dual-band Wi-Fi. It’s also incredibly thin and running Android 3.2 with what looks like the TouchWiz UI interface which TmoNews’ source says is a “phenomenal addition” and the “user experience is simple and fun.”

The Galaxy Tab Plus sounds very much like the device my source stated to me when I wrote about a ‘next generation Galaxy Tab‘ coming to Telstra in the coming months.

Although the pictures of the leaked Galaxy Tab Plus show a T-Mobile 4G logo, it’s very easy for Samsung to launch this here in Australia as most of their new Galaxy Tabs have quad-band 21Mbit 3G radios.

There’s no known release date or pricing, however, the device has already received approval from both the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG so it’s well on the way to being released. All it needs now is a visit to the FCC and then T-Mobile and Samsung to tell the public about it, hopefully followed by a Telstra announcement. 3 more images available at the source link.

Source: TmoNews.

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Valued Guest

Nope its not

Valued Guest

You had me till you said single core…..

Sent from my galaxy tab!


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