The South Korean manufacturer Samsung unveils its new touchscreen tablet called Galaxy Tab Q. There was like a deja vu in the air.
Coming with Android (unspecified version) and the TouchWiz overlay graphics, it uses a quad-core 1.2GHz processor and a battery of 3200 mAh. No details on the RAM is specified.
It offers a 7-inch diagonal screen in a definition of 1280 x 720 pixels resolution, a slot for Micro-SIM of 2G/3G/4G enabled, Wi-Fi 802.11n connection, Bluetooth 4.0/NFC/GPS connectivity, camera sensors of 2 and 8 Megapixels and a flash memory (capacity unspecified there too) expandable through a MicroSD slot. All in dimensions of 19.2 x 10 x 0.9 cm and weighing 250 grams.
The appearance and configuration are reminiscent of the XXL smartphone presented by the South Korean giant as the Galaxy W. We will see some very close looking devices to target two different markets. Galaxy W for lovers of giant smartphones and Galaxy Tab Q for nomads in search of 4G tablet.
No price has yet been filtered and only Asia seems concerned at the moment.