Just when you thought that Samsung couldn’t come up with another size of tablet, think again. Another Samsung Galaxy Tab “Plus” has surfaced in a few photos showing not only the T-Mobile branding, but evidence that it will support T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network.
At this point, little is known about this device, but we assume it will be the successor to the first 7-inch Galaxy Tab. Just like the original, the new Plus version is much thicker than the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 introduced at the IFA event a few weeks ago. The person who captured the pictures below said the device loads with the name “Galaxy Tab Plus” and is running Android 3.2 with TouchWiz. Rumored specs on the tab include either a Super AMOLED or Super AMOLED Plus with 1024×600 resolution and a Cortex-A9 processor.
It seems Samsung is trying hard to appeal to just about everyone when it comes to screen size. People may be picky about displays, but at some point Samsung is going to have to decide on a couple of screen sizes instead of every conceivable size. That said, no one can argue that the Summer of 2011 belonged to the Korean based manufacturer, with so many announcements out of the company in the recent months. It isn’t a stretch to credit the work of the public relations team, those guys and gals deserve a big fat raise.
Do you like Samsung’s approach offering every tablet size and form known to man?