Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus N announced

January 12, 2012
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Well folks, Samsung has just announced another Galaxy Tab. And no it isn't another size to go along with their every size you can think of campaign as of late -- instead this is sadly an Apple patent-dodging tablet for the German market. I'm sure I don't need to explain but for those unaware Apple has been in an all out war with Samsung as of late, and this is the result.

I have to admit -- the front facing speakers are actually really nice and something I've been waiting and asking for since I first started enjoying tablets. A speaker on the rear facing the absolute wrong direction and often getting covered by the users hands has never been ideal if you ask me. I actually would love to have Samsung Germany send me one because most likely it wont be seeing other markets.

For more details on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus you can see our coverage and full review below. The new Tab 7.0 Plus N for Germany is no different internally, and has only seen a few design changes to keep the lawyers at bay. You can expect this Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet (ICS coming soon) with its dual-core processor, 7" 1024 x 600 resolution display, 3 megapixel camera and 16GB of internal storage to hit the European markets soon.

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[via SlashGear]


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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Micah-Madru/100001151887665 Micah Madru

    An improved design if you ask me. Thanks apple! Although stop suing people because you think you invented the rectangle…

    • Paulus Net

      Really true, the bottom speaker is larger and will make owners happy :)

  • Anonymous

    did any NEW Tegra 3 tablet got announced during CES. Interested in popular brands only NOT velocity micro and other crap products.

    • Paulus Net

      Not by Samsung. Acer and Asus announced new Tegra 3 tablets.

    • http://www.appsplit.com/ Dilawer

      ASUS Transformer Prime and EeePad MeMo both harness the power of Tegra 3 and sweetness of Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • Jon Garrett

    why should they have to redesign a 7″ tablet which doesn’t even look like apple’s 9.7″ tablet?

  • Anonymous

    Seems not bad, would like to keep one, and have already got some nice and Free Apps for Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus from Aneesoft.