Samsung has a large line of Android smartphones and tablets that have turned out to be quite popular with Android users. The company has unveiled a new product today called the Hybrid Tablet with the SENS-240. The devices are made to work in coordination with one of the Samsung Android smartphones or tablets. The SENS-240 is a car navigation system that can connect to a normal phone using Bluetooth.

The connectivity to the SENS-240 allows the smartphone or tablet to provide all sorts of connectivity like voice, data, voice search, and video and then play that content on the 7-inch screen. I would think this would be more appealing to Samsung Android smartphone users than tablet users. The screen on the Hybrid tablet is 7-inches with a resolution of 800 x 480.

Other tablet features include 256MB of RAM, USB 2.0 host, and a SD card slot. The smartphone or tablet can be used as a remote to control the tablet and SENS-240 as well. Pricing and availability are unknown at this time, what do you think of this? It seems like a lot for an extra few inches of space.

[via Akihabara News]