Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Hands On
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 - Samsung might are talking up the Galaxy Note because the hottest new piece of hardware for this year’s IFA, however it is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 that is got us extremely excited. The device is that the latest entry in Samsung’s well-liked Android-based Galaxy Tab line, and also the factor is pretty darn slick. The 7.7-inch screen is to keep with the company’s push toward devices that straddle the road between the pill and smartphone areas (see also: the Note), and it’s indeed a terrific type issue. This is not progressing to replace your laptop or iPad (or Galaxy Tab 10.1) for lengthy multimedia marathons, however it is a nice size for watching fast videos and basic laptop like checking your email. Samsung Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is also exceedingly moveable at 0.74 pounds.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 hard for me to describe the experience of using this tablet without sounding like I’m part of Samsung’s PR team. For one thing, where in that ultra-slim body did the Korean manufacturer manage to fit a 5,100mAh battery? I doubt the 3 megapixel camera will be doing any great work for you, but the mere fact Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 there is an engineering feat.
The sides are well curved and offer a natural and ergonomic grip, while the brushed metal back adds a higher-quality physical appearance than the plastic shell of the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab. Comparison shots between the two 7 (ish)-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 are available after the break, but I’m struck by the impression that the 7.7 model has more to do with Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 fellow 2011 Tabs than the one it most logically replaces, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. The latter is now a year old (almost retirement age in the tech business), which is thrown into sharp relief by the faster, slimmer, and prettier successor.
You know the strengths of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, namely Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 superb screen and absolutely minimal physical footprint, but let’s not go overboard in our praise. Even the very latest version of Android (Honeycomb, v3.2) isn’t quite up to the standard of iOS in terms of responsiveness and utility-enhancing applications, and I did manage to spot the familiar lag when dragging onscreen items around the Android interface. That’s a software shortcoming that will get better with time, mind you, and having the almost-standard 1280 x 800 Android tablet resolution should stand this Galaxy Tab in great stead to receive the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade. Samsung says it’ll do Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 utmost to provide users with the best possible software, but wouldn’t commit on whether or not the 7.7 will get ICS. There was also no commitment on the critical questions of price and availability. For now, just enjoy the eye candy !
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Screenshot
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