admin · Jan 19, 2012 at 03:16 pm

Forum Added for Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the proper successor to the tablet that started it all, the original Samsung Galaxy Tab. For many, the smaller 7″ screen size of the original Tab was just perfect. The Tab 7.7 has a slightly larger display, but this time it’s higher resolution at 1280×800 instead of 1024×600, and it’s of the Super AMOLED Plus variety, instead of LCD as found on the original Galaxy Tab. Inside it has a 1.4GHz Exynos CPU with 1GB of RAM, and it ships with Android 3.2 but will be upgradable to Android 4.0. It’ll soon show up on Verizon as an LTE device, but for now, it’s starting to ship with a WiFi and GSM 3G. Click on to the new Galaxy Tab 7.7 forums!


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