The Samsung Galaxy Tab (GT-P1000) figures among the first competing models released after the Apple iPad. This is a tactile tablet with a 7″ TFT-LCD WSVGA capacitive screen (1024 x 600) with multi-points paired with the Android Froyo 2.2 operating system and TouchWiz 3.0. From its initial release, within a month more than 600 000 units were shipped according to Samsung! This impressive figure can be explained by the Smartpad’s more complete functions when compared to the iPad. The GT-P1000 allows for diverse multimedia activities, Internet browsing in WiFi 802.11n (Flash Player 10.1) or in 3G+, with the device coming with Bluetooth 3.0, an A-GPS module, an accelerometer, two camera lenses (front and back) and even better - comes with two card slots. The first is for a SIM card, allowing mobile internet connectivity, while the second is for a microSDHC memory card… So what can you do with the Samsung Galaxy Tab? The answer can be found in this article!
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